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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



BUDGET 

for the Biennium 

JULY I, 1939, to JUNE 30, 1941 

91st and 92d Fiscal Years 



Submitted by 

CULBERT L. OLSON, Governor 

to the 

LEGISLATURE 

FIFTY-THIRD SESSION 

1939 



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BUDGET 

of the 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

for the Biennium 

JULY 1, 1939, to JUNE 30, 1941 

91st and 92d Fiscal Years 

Submitted by 

CULBERT L. OLSON, Governor 

to the 

LEGISLATURE 

FIFTY-THIRD SESSION 

1939 




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BUDGET MESSAGE 



To the Senate and the Assembly of the Stale Legislature of California: 

Pursuant to the requirements set forth in the Constitution of the State of 
California, 1 present for your consideration, for the ensuing biennial period 
July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1941— the ninety-tirst and ninety-second fiscal years of 
the State — a budget of estimated mandatory expenditures required by provisions 
of law and appropriations recommended by me for those functions of govern- 
ment over which the chief executive may exercise control. 

As stated in my inaugural address to you when I took my oath of office as 
Governor on January second last — 

"A detailed study of the requirements of our various State agencies 
and institutions in preparation of the budget for the next biennium, 
soon to be presented to the Legislature, shows that we have inherited 
from previous administrations a deficit which will amount to a total of 
about forty-five million dollars by June 30, 1939, the end of the current 
biennium." 

A more accurate estimate, since completed of this deficit in the general fund, 
places it at $44,746,925. < 

The component parts of this deficit include a carry-over deficit from the 
previous biennium of $12,635,477, a deficiency in revenues of $12,136,448 in 
the current biennium to meet authorized expenditures, and an additional require- 
ment of $19,975,000 for unemployment relief from January 8, 1939, to the close 
of the present fiscal year, for which you have made an emergency appropriation 
this month. 

I began nry administration, therefore, with the task of not only finding 
sufficient revenues to meet those expenditures made mandatory by law and 
expenditures necessary to carry on the regular functions of State government 
during the next biennium; but also the task of wiping out a present deficit of 
$44,746,925. 

In the preparation and presentation of this budget, hearings were held and 
a careful study made of the essential requirements of each State institution and 
agency. The recommendations presented are those believed by me to be essential 
after elimination of every item of proposed expense that could be eliminated 
without crippling necessary State services already provided for by law. 



The primary features and general results of the budget which I am submit- 
ting for the ensuing biennium are set forth in the following summary : 

BUDGET FOR THE 1939-1941 BIENNIUM 

General Special 
Expenditures: Fund Funds Total 
Estimated mandatory charges under appro- 
priations fixed by law $217,118,961 $137,294,611 $354,413,572 

Recommended appropriations to meet proposed 

expenditures subject to executive control 157,428,046 45,321,737 202,749,783 



Total estimated expenditures $374,547,007 $182,616,348 $557,163,355 

Revenues: 

Estimated receipts from taxes and other reve- 
..nue sources now in force $342,965,379 $182,228,385 $525,193,764 



Current Budget Deficiency: 

Prospective deficiency of revenues, under exist- 
ing laws, to meet expenditures for the 
biennium 1939-1941 $-31,581,628 $ - 387,963 $ - 31,969,591 

Surplus or Deficit: 

Estimated accumulated deficit ( — ) or sur- 
plus ( + ) as of June 30, 1939 $-44,746,925 $+26,476,018 

Add : Prospective deficiency of revenues, under 
existing laws, to meet expenditures for the 
biennium 1939-1941 $-31,581,628 $-387,963 

Prospective accumulated deficit ( — ) or sur- 
plus ( + ) as of June 30, 1941, without pro- 
vision for additional revenues $-76,328,553 $+26,088,055 

Deduct : Estimated additional General Fund 
revenues to be derived from sources herein- 
after recommended 63,900,000 

Resultant accumulated General Fund deficit 

estimated to remain as of June 30, 1941__ $-12,428,553 



SALARY ADJUSTMENTS 

One of the principal causes for the increased total of the budget over the 
budget of previous bienniums is the provision for salary adjustments contained 
in the State Civil Service Act of 1937. Under this provision each employee 
enters the State service at the minimum salary for his respective classification 
and thereafter, upon maintaining a specified standard of performance, receives 
an annual increase in salary until the maximum rate for his classification is 
reached. In the interest of greater governmental efficiency, this express provi- 
sion of the Civil Service Act should be carried out, and I have included in the 
budgets for the various departments and agencies supported from the general 
fund allotments for salary adjustments totaling $2,627,000. Corresponding 
adjustments for employees of agencies supported by special funds will require 
during the next biennium an additional $1,867,000. 

NEED FOE INCREASED SUPPORT FOR CERTAIN STATE AGENCIES 

While recommended appropriations for most of the State agencies supported 
from the general fund provide only for a continuance of existing employments, 
with provisions for salary adjustments, larger increases have been proposed for 
several agencies which have not been financed adequately in the past several 
years to carry out the provisions of law delegated to their administration. 
These agencies have not been able to function as intended by the people of the 
State. In the budget recommendations, increases in the appropriations have 
been included for the support of these agencies to permit them to carry out 

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more completely their functions of government. The agencies for which major 
increases have been allotted are as follows: 

State Personnel Board. Placed upon this agency has been the responsibility 
of examining 110,300 applicants during 1938 for the new State Department of 
Employment and other agencies of the State, an increase of 50,705 over 1936, 
without adequate provision having been made in the last budget to provide 
for this service. 

In this connection, it should be pointed out that the State Personnel Board 
recruits, examines, certifies and cheeks the pay roll of employees of agencies of 
the government which are supported from special funds. These agencies, how- 
ever, contribute nothing toward the support of the State Personnel Board. I 
shall recommend for your consideration a measure which will require that this 
expense be prorated, in proportion to services rendered, among agencies sup- 
ported from special funds and agencies supported from the General Fund. 

Department of Industrial Belations. For a period of over eighteen years 
this department has been understaffed and without necessary personnel to per- 
form its duties. The result has been delay in the adjudication of workmen's 
compensation claims when workers are injured, failure duly to enforce the 
eight-hour law, the minimum wage laws relating to women workers, and other 
acts designed for the protection and welfare of employees. In this budget I 
have recommended an increase of $545,247 which is necessary for this depart- 
ment to discharge its duties. 

Department of Social Welfare. During the current biennium a large part 
of the cost of administering the Department of Social Welfare was paid from 
surplus Federal funds accumulated from the previous biennium. This condition 
will not prevail in the next biennium. Furthermore, there will be an increase 
in the number of applications for aged, blind and orphan aid. Recently imposed 
Federal requirements will likewise increase administrative costs. It is neces- 
sary, therefore, to provide for a substantial increase for this agency. 

University of California. During the past seventy years, many millions of 
dollars have been spent in the development of the University of California in 
order that the youth of this State might have educational advantage reasonably 
equivalent to the best provided for the youth of other States in this nation. 
The financial stringencies of the past six years, however, have seriously threat- 
ened this investment and the future return to be expected from it in terms of 
men and women trained to carry on and to provide responsible public leadership 
for the affairs of the State of California. 

All evidence that is available, such as reports of research organizations and 
comparisons of the University of California with other universities in the coun- 
try, indicate clearly that the appropriation which the State made for support 
of the University in the biennium 1931-33 was no more than adequate for the 
burden carried. Appropriations for the University during the past two bien- 
niums and the present one have been 20 per cent, 12 per cent, and 7 per cent, 
respectively, below this last normal budget. During the past six years, there- 
fore. State support of the University has been $6,190,194 less than necessary 
to maintain the level of 1931-33. 

This situation would have been serious enough had enrollment remained 
constant, but instead it has increased until in the current year it is more than 
35 per cent greater than in 1931-32. Even greater increases occurred in other 
University services to the public : Non-degree agriculture enrollments have 
gained more than 125 per cent ; course enrollments in the Extension Division 
have advanced from 27,455 in 1931-32 to 50,037 in 1937-38, an increase of 82 
per cent; and corresponding changes have occurred in public demands for health 

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service, agricultural extension services, advice from the Bureau of Public Admin- 
istration, and training for social welfare administration. 

The University of California is facing a teaching and administrative burden 
which will be 42 per cent greater during the biennium 1939-41 than it was during 
the biennium 1931-33, and is asking for a State appropriation less than 10 per 
cent larger. The Kegents have asked $2,600,206 more from the State than 
was received in the current bienniivni. Of this increase, $1,141,341 will be 
used for additions to the teaching staff to handle the greatly augmented student 
enrollment ; $561,578 will be allocated to the partial elimination of salary 
injustices which are making it increasingly difficult to retain competent men; 
and the remainder will provide the minimum amount needed for all other oper- 
ating- expenses. The increase is well distributed among the activities on the 
seven campuses of the University, with the largest percentage increase allotted 
to Los Angeles. 

$tate Colleges. Like the University of California, State colleges have not 
received sufficient support since the biennium of 1931-33 to permit them to 
maintain a program of instruction commensurate with their ever-increasing 
attendance. The increase in enrollment during the past eight years has been 
in excess of 47 per cent, with enrollment at the Santa Barbara State College 
increasing over 125 per cent. To bring teaching staffs nearer to desirable stand- 
ards for existing enrollments, and to provide for anticipated increase in enroll- 
ment during the next biennium. I have recommended added appropriations for 
the support of State colleges. Even with these additional funds, the average 
cost per student in the next biennium will be below costs in comparable institu- 
tions in the more progressive States. 

State Institutions. In the past few years, with the population of our State 
institutions increasing greatly, patients have been crowded into cramped quar- 
ters. The number of attendants and other employees was not increased in 
proportion to the growth in patient population. Experience supports a finding 
by the National Committee for Mental Hygiene that to provide adequate care a 
ratio of one attendant to every eight patients should be maintained. Other pro- 
gressive States have met this ratio. In our institutions the ratio has been one 
attendant to every eleven patients. As a beginning in the reduction of his ratio 
to accepted standards of service, I have recommended appropriations which will 
provide for one attendant for every ten and one-half patients. 

A like situation was found with respect to medical service for these unfor- 
tunates. The National Committee for Mental Hygiene recommends a ratio of 
one physician to every 150 patients. Our mental hospitals have but one physi- 
cian for every 316 patients. I have made allowance for 29 additional physicians 
for these institutions, which will provide one physician for every 203 patients. 

There has been for several years a waiting list of approximately 2,600 
persons seeking admission to the State home for the feebleminded. Ward build- 
ings are now under construction to care for a portion of this waiting list, and 
to relieve overcrowded conditions. The budgets for homes for the feebleminded 
have been increased to provide for existing population and for the increase in 
population anticipated when the new buildings will have been completed. 

NEW CONSTRUCTION FOR STATE INSTITUTIONS 

The growth in population in our State institutions requires construction of 
new facilities equivalent to one entire new State hospital approximately every 
four or five years. This building requirement will continue until the population 
of the State ceases to increase. 

In our State mental hospitals there are at present nearly 4,500 patients in 
excess of normal facilities available — an excess of over 25 per cent. To eliminate 

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a portion of the overcrowded conditions in the State institutions, as well as to 
meet requirements occasioned by the normal growth in population, the Legisla- 
ture made appropriations in 1937 for an augmented program of building con- 
struction. Allotments from these appropriations, totaling $4,500,000, were made 
to the several institutions conditioned upon receiving 45 per cent of the cost of 
construction, or approximately $3,680,000 from the Federal Government through 
P. W. A. projects. The applications for Federal funds were eanceled late in 
December last by the previous administration. 

There now remains in the appropriations made in 1937 $4,500,000 for State 
institutions. I have reallocated this sum and have added for the coming bien- 
nium an additional sum of $4,000,000 which, exclusive of any Federal aid, will 
provide a construction program at State institutions totaling $8,500,000 during 
the next two and one-half years. Half of this construction program will com- 
mence immediately. The other half will begin shortly after July 1 of this year. 

Completion of the construction program contemplated for the next two and 
a half years will alleviate much of the overcrowded conditions in our State insti- 
tutions. Should additional P. W. A. or W. P. A. funds become available, this 
construction program will meet in considerable part the original budgetary 
request of the institutions for a construction program in the next biennium of 
$11,831,255. 

New Psychiatric Hospital. One proven means of reducing overcrowded 
conditions of our institutions is to enlarge out-patient clinic work and treatment 
centers, to permit persons on the verge of mental breakdown to receive treat- 
ment or advice through these facilities and thus prevent their final commitment 
to an institution. By enlarging the out-patient clinic and social work program, 
some patients now in institutions may be placed in proper outside environment, 
cared for in their homes, or be permitted to leave the hospitals on industrial 
parole. Facilities for selected types of patients can be provided at a more 
reasonable cost than the State can maintain patients in existing institutions. 

Recommendations have been included in this budget to provide for the con- 
struction of a psychiatric hospital adjacent to the University Medical School in 
San Francisco, to cost $500,000, for treatment of selected acute psychiatric cases, 
for out-patient clinic work, and for research in development of cures for mental 
patients. This investment is expected to return to the State many times its 
cost in the elimination of the number of its mental wards and also to enable 
potential wards to return to normal life. 

The property on which the new hospital will be constructed is owned by the 
University of California and will be leased to the Department of Institutions 
for a period of 99 years. The staff of the University Medical School will be 
made available for research work in this field. 

There has been provided in the budget of the Department of Institutions 
$160,000 for the employment of 36 additional field workers for the purpose of 
expanding the extra-mural care of mental patients. 

At the present there are about 3,500 patients on parole from the State hos- 
pitals and institutions for the feebleminded. These are patients who, for the 
most part, have recovered from their mental disorder, or who have made sufficient 
improvement to be able to return to their homes and to their work. 

There are sixteen social workers now employed in the hospitals and it would 
be unsafe to increase the number of patients on parole with such an inadequate 
force to supervise them. 

Experience has amply shown that many chronic patients, where cure can not 
reasonably be expected, can also be maintained on parole in self-sustaining- 
employment, provided adequate supervision is arranged for them. 

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It is estimated that with the additional force of field workers here contem- 
plated, the number of patients on parole can be increased from 3,500 to 5,500. 
The approximate cost of maintaining these 2,000 patients in the institutions 
during the next biennium will amount to a total of $960,000. It is expected that 
a net saving to the State of about $800,000 for the biennial period will be made 
through the employment of the additional field workers. This saving will make 
possible further progress in providing adequate care for patients within State 
institutions. 

The financial saving will be by no means the sole benefit from such an enter- 
prise. Experience demonstrates that patients lead a more normal and happier 
mode of existence ; the people with whom they live and work would gain a service 
which they could not otherwise afford; and the institutions gain a measure of 
relief from overcrowding. 

NEW STATE OFFICE BUILDING IN SACRAMENTO 

At the present time twelve State agencies in Sacramento are occupying 
67,674 square feet of space in privately-owned office buildings, for which a rental 
of over $120,000 a biennium is paid. Many other State agencies, such as the 
Department of Employment and the State Personnel Board, have inadequate 
housing facilities and additional space likewise must be provided for them. 
Such additional space is not available at the present time in any privately-owned 
building in Sacramento. 

In this budget I have provided for an appropriation of $1,500,000 to con- 
struct a building on the south half of the block between Tenth and Eleventh, 
N and O streets in Sacramento. This building will be a duplicate of the State 
office building now under construction on N Street between Tenth and Eleventh 
streets. The proposed new building will contain 163,000 square feet of office 
space and will provide housing sufficient for State agencies now occupying 
privately-owned premises, and relieve overcrowded conditions in state-owned 
buildings. Savings in rental of space from private owners will equal the cost of 
construction in approximately twenty years. 

NEW FISCAL BUILDING 

The State purchased in 1937 a building at Seventh and J streets in the city 
of Sacramento, commonly known as the California National Bank Building. 
At that time it was contemplated the building would be used as the office of the 
State Treasurer. 

It is my opinion that this building is not the proper location for the State 
treasury. I believe the State should follow a definite plan for the construction 
of new office buildings near the Capitol grounds. 

The quarters now occupied by the State Treasurer, the Secretary of State 
and the State Controller are inadequate and were not designed to meet the 
increased functions of these offices resulting, from the rapid growth in the State's 
business activities. 

The State Division of Architecture has estimated that it will require approxi- 
mately $250,000 to remodel the bank building for use by the Treasurer and to 
utilize surplus space for other State agencies. I have therefore included this 
amount in the budget for construction and equipment of new quarters for the 
State Treasurer. 

A bill will be presented for your consideration to permit the sale of the prop- 
erty. If a satisfactory sale can be made, I recommend that the proceeds there- 
from, plus the sum of $250,000 included in this budget, be applied on the 
construction of a new building near the State Capitol which will house the State 
Treasurer, the State Controller, and possibly the Secretary of State. 



UNEMPLOYMENT EELIEF 

The continuing character of unemployment has become self-evident. Despite 
substantial recovery in our economic life since the trough of the depression in 
1933, no comparable re-employment of workers in private industry has taken 
place. Today the percentage of California employable citizens who are out of 
work and are receiving public assistance in order to keep themselves and their 
families alive is as great or greater than ever before. At the same time, the 
staggering burden of cash doles has increased to the point where it now consti- 
tutes one-fifth of the general fund budget, aud makes necessary the addition 
of new taxes if the State's budget is to be balanced. 

During the year 1937-38 cash doles were given out to 233,053 cases in 
monthly sums averaging $37 for families of four persons and $16 for single men 
and women. During that year even this meager assistance was denied to 287,830 
families who sought it, for the sums available for disbursement by the State 
Relief Administration were insufficient to grant aid to all whose dire poverty 
forced them to make application for public assistance. Thus, the expenditure 
by the State of more than $73,400,000 for direct relief during the 1937-39 
biennium actually provided some assistance to less than half of all the unem- 
ployed in California, excluding those receiving aid through W. P. A. and other 
Federal agencies. 

I am recommending $73,660,000 for unemploj-ment relief during the 
1939-41 biennium. That amount was determined by the State Relief Commis- 
sion after careful study, and in view of accumulated experience, to be the sum 
required to carry on cash dole relief of the scope provided during the previous 
biennium. That such a relief program does not adequately meet the needs 
of our unemployed citizens is obvious. 

I am hopeful that this administration may establish those cordial working 
relationships with the Federal Government which will result in a continuance of 
W. P. A. in California without serious curtailment. Should these hopes be real- 
ized, the present request for $73,660,000 will enable us to care for the most 
serious needs of our unemployed citizens. 

But this continuance of cash dole payments to less than half of our unem- 
ployed, which maintains employable citizens in idleness and adds enormous 
burdens to those already borne by the taxpayers, is no adequate solution of the 
unemployment problem confronting us. Only a definite program of self -employ- 
ment can rehabilitate idle men and women and restore them to their fullest 
expression of self-respect ; only such a program of self-support can relieve the 
taxpayers of the State. No society is sound which maintains any appreciable 
portion of its people in idleness. 

It is my sincere conviction that the State of California should not continue 
cash doles to employable citizens, but that as rapidly as sound planning will 
permit we should inaugurate a works program of self -employment under compe- 
tent supervision. In this manner, the unemployed whom private industry does 
not require will be able to maintain themselves as far as possible in that level of 
health and decency which we have come to regard as the birthright of every self- 
respecting American citizen. In such a program of self-employment we shall 
make certain that no part of it shall cause curtailment of any private industry 
or adversely affect any privately maintained pay rolls of employed persons. 
No business is healthy which depends for its existence on profit from tax 
dollars paid out to relieve destitution and prevent starvation. 

It is our purpose, therefore, to devise economically and socially sound work 
programs which will prove beneficial to private industry, will aid our farmers, 

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will relieve the taxpayers, and restore the unemployed to their rightful place 
as productive members of society. 

This administration has dedicated itself to accomplish these purposes. 
Every department of government in California is assuming its share of responsi- 
bility. Upon the Legislature devolves the great obligation of seriously consid- 
ering this problem of unemployment relief, and of appropriating the funds 
required for its solution without hindrance to the administration in carrying out 
our common purposes. I have every reason to believe that the Legislature will 
accept its responsibility in this spirit, and provide my administration with the 
sum required. The obligation of its wise expenditure in accordance with 
relief policies which I have announced and of programs and projects for carry- 
ing them forward rests upon this administration, charged with a mandate given 
it by the people on last November 8th. 

HEALTH INSURANCE 

The budget includes an appropriation of $200,000 to cover the initial expenses 
to be incurred in setting up an inclusive health insurance plan for all the work- 
ers of this State. 

The major portion of the modest sum allotted to health insurance will be 
used for a permanent investment in placing diagnostic laboratory centers and 
equipment in those districts of the State where they are most needed. The 
remainder will be used for operating expenses for a six months' period of organ- 
izing the medical and hospital services to be provided by the plan. Appropriate 
legislation to establish this service will be presented for the consideration of the 
Legislature. 

TOTAL BUDGET 

The total of the budget which I present herewith is summarized as follows: 
Constitutional and Statutory fixed General Fund Special Funds Totals 

charges $217,118,961 $137,294,611 $354,413,572 

Unemployment relief 73,660,000 73,660,000 

Other controllable expenditures . 83,768,046 45,321,737 129,089,783 



Total expenditures . . $374,547,007 $182,616,348 $557,163,355 

Approximately 60 per cent of the general fund appropriations for the next 
biennium is fixed by law. These are expenditures over which the Governor has 
no control. 

Included in the balance of 40 per cent is the appropriation of $73,660,000, 
the minimum required for unemployment relief. This item should also be classi- 
fied generally as an unavoidable expense over which executive control may be 
exercised only in policies of expenditure that will make it serve to relieve the 
greatest possible number of unemployed. In the sense that conditions of unem- 
ployment compel this minimum expenditure to prevent starvation, it should be 
considered a mandatory requirement. 

There is left then but 22 per cent of the total general fund budget, or 
$83,768,000 which is subject to partial control of the Chief Executive. Within 
these expenditures are all of the items of appropriation for State institutions for 
the insane, feeble-minded and juvenile delinquents; State prisons, veterans' 
homes, State colleges, special schools, University of California, the Department 
of Social Welfare and the Department of Education. In the exercise of this 
limited control, appropriations budgeted for these agencies have been held to the 
minimum requirement. They can not be reduced further without impairing 
the minimum standards of care given by the State to its wards, or curtailing the 
essential instruction program within our State educational institutions. 

The expenditures for general State government amount to $23,692,000, or 
6 per cent of the general fund budget for the 1939-41 biennium. This total 

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includes the requirement for the support of the Legislature, State judiciary, the 
offices of the Governor and the Lieutenant Governor, Controller, Treasurer, and 
other administrative offices, the Railroad Commission, The Adjutant General and 
the National Guard, the State Personnel Board, State Employees' Retirement 
System, a portion of the State Board of Equalization, the departments of Finance, 
Industrial Relations, Public Health, Agriculture, Natural Resources, Public 
Works (other than Highways), Penology, and all other State agencies. 

SPECIAL FUNDS 

It should be pointed out, also, that 33 per cent, or $182,616,000 of this total 
budget of $557,163,000 consists of the proposed budgets for special fund agen- 
cies; that is to say, governmental agencies that are not maintained by general 
taxes, but are self-supporting. 

Exclusive of a large number of trust funds, there are 82 special funds in 
the State treasury, into which revenues dedicated to regulatory or other special 
purposes are deposited. These funds may be used only for those special pur- 
poses for which they are collected. 

The proposed budgets for these special fund agencies have been reviewed as 
carefully as general fund items and limited to the purposes for which these 
agencies were created. But none of the funds conserved by these rigid econo- 
mies are available to meet any portion of the general fund budget. 

ELIMINATION OF THE DEFICIT 

Although financial demands upon the State at this time are greater and 
more unavoidable than at any time in the State's history, and reach a higher 
amount than in any previous biennium. nevertheless, it is my opinion that we 
should make every endeavor during the coming biennium to eliminate at least 
the major portion of the current deficit of $-44,746,925. 

With this purpose in view, I have recommended, as required by the Consti- 
tution, not only sources of new revenue necessary to meet expenditures made 
mandatory by law and expenditures which I have proposed falling within my 
control, but also additional revenues sufficient to eliminate more than half of the 
existing deficit. 

ESTIMATES OF REVENUE UNDER EXISTING LAWS 

The tax structure of the State government of California is geared closely 
to the economic conditions in this State by reason of the fact that practically all 
of the State's revenue is derived from taxes on incomes or on the volume of 
business. The amount of revenue available for the support of State government 
during the 1939-41 biennium is necessarily contingent upon the course of busi- 
ness conditions. Budget revenue estimates have been prepared upon the assump- 
tion that the recovery movement will continue and that business in California 
will return to the levels of 1936-37 during at least half of the 1939-41 biennium. 
This general view is supported by the opinion of economists and others whose 
opinions I value. It must be pointed out, however, that if the present prediction 
of business trends proves overly optimistic, the estimates of revenue may be high, 
while on the other hand the requirements for unemployment relief will exceed 
the amounts recommended in this budget. 

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ADDITIONAL REVENUE 

The primary consideration underlying the recommendations herein made is 
that the necessary additional revenue should be obtained by means which should 
avoid regressive taxation, which are consistent with the principle of ability to 
pay and which will have the least burdensome effect upon business and upon 

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taxpayers generally. Emphasis is given to amendments which will make existing 
revenue measures more effective by closing loopholes and by making adjustments 
designed to accomplish an equitable operation of such measures : 

Estimated 

additional 

revenue 

1. Personal Income Tax mtmi 

A. Make adjustments with respect to deductions, wash sales, con- 
tributions, trust income and basis of property $5,650,000 

B. Adjust rate structure to provide for slight increase in tax on 
net incomes over $3,000 after allowance of personal exemption 

and credit for dependents 7,450,000 

2. Bank and Corporation Franchise Tax 

A. Make adjustments with respect to deductions, wash sales, con- 
tributions and affiliated corporations 7,650,000 

B. Increase rate on corporations from 4 per cent to 5 per cent and 

the maximum on banks from 8 per cent to 9 per cent . . . 9,950,000 

C. Provide for minimum tax of $25 or a /2o of 1 per cent of value of 
California assets, whichever is greater 5,100,000 

3. Severance Tax 

Provide for tax on severance of petroleum, natural gas and 
natural gasoline at rates approximating 2 per cent of value of 
production 12,000,000 

4. Inheritance Tax 

Adjust rate structure to provide for slight increase in rates on 
inheritances over $25,000 of direct descendants and on all inher- 
itances of others in excess of existing exemptions 3,000,000 

5. Gift Tax 

Provide for tax on gifts with rates and exemptions paralleling 
inheritance tax 1,000,000 

6. Alcoholic Beverage Taxes 

A. Increase tax on distilled spirits from 80^ to $1.00 per gallon — 
proposed rate is approximately equal to average rate through- 
out the United States 4,000,000 

B. Increase tax on beer from 2^ to 5^ per gallon — proposed rate is 
approximately equal to average rate throughout the United 

States 4,800,000 

C. Increase following annual license fees : 

Distilled spirits manufacturer 's, distilled spirits manufacturer 's 
agent's, rectifier's, distilled spirits wholesaler's, from $250 to 
$750; beer and wine wholesaler's from $50 to $250; off-sale 
beer and wine from $10 to $50 650.000 

7. Pari Mutuel Horse Racing Fees 

Increase the State license fee for race tracks from the present 
flat rate of 4 per cent of the moneys wagered to a graduated 
percentage, ranging from 4 per cent to 7 per cent, depending 
upon the amount of money handled. The additional revenue 
derived should be deposited in the general fund 2,000,000 

8. State Park Maintenance and Acquisition Fund (Oil Royalties) 

Return to the general fund the excess oil royalties in this fund 
over and above the current budgetary needs of the State park 
system, including its administration and maintenance and re- 
quired outlays during the next two years under the Park Com- 
mission's ten-year program for the acquisition of additional 
park and beach areas . . . . . . . ... . . . . . 650.000 

Total $63,900,000 

XIV 



SOURCES OF GENERAL FUND REVENUE 
GIVING EFFECT TO THE RECOMMENDED TAX PLAN 

1939-1941 BIENNIUM 



RETAIL SALES&USE TAXE: 



BANK S. CORPORATION 
FEANCHTSE TAX 



PERSONAL INCOME TAX 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE 
EXCISE TAXES& LICEUSESi 



INHERITANCE TAX 



INSURANCE GROSS 
PREMIUMS TAX 



SEVECANCE TAX 



MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE I 
FEE (IN LIEU TAXI 



ALL CTHER SOURCES 




MILLION DOLLARS 
75 100 I2S 



■ ESTIMATED COLLECTIONS 
PROM PRESENT TAX LAWS 



■ ADDITIONAL REVENUE UNDER THE 
i RECOMMENDED TAX PROGRAM. 



CONCLUSION 

After weeks of analysis and deliberation, I am recommending a budget 
totaling $557,163,355. You may, of course, reduce this total, but I am impelled 
to call your attention to a number of facts which you must consider before you 
make any substantial reduction. 

You must be prepared to reduce old-age pension, aid to needy blind and 
children, or unemployment relief. The people of California have provided a 
$35 monthlj- pension to needy persons over 65 years of age, $50 a month to needy 
blind, and a minimum of $10 a month to children. The State's share of these 
welfare costs during the next biennium will be $42,041,598 — over 11 per cent of 
the total general fund expenditures. The recommended expenditure for unem- 
ployment relief is approximately the same amount as allocated for that purpose 
during the current biennium. With the State Relief Administration providing 
aid to the largest number of persons in the history of the State program, it is 
obviously unwise to expect any substantial reduction in this activity — notwith- 
standing the fact that the efficiency of relief administration will be substantially 
increased. 

You must be prepared to reduce expenditures for public schools, so far as it 
lays within your power to do so. State expenditures for education during the 
next two years will be $186,074,380, of which $158,793,658 are charges fixed 
either by the Constitution or by statute. If you turn your attention to the 
remaining $27,280,722 which is subject to control of the Governor or the Legis- 
lature, you must make serious inroads upon amounts provided for the support of 
the University of California, the State colleges, and the special schools. 

You must assume the responsibility for reducing the State's expenditures 
for institutions and prisons, which for years have been under-financed. The 
increased budget allowance for this function of government is but commensurate 
with the increased facilities provided in the recent construction program and the 
growth in our State population. 

Only in these large items of expenditure can material reductions be effected. 
You are precluded from making any reduction in the $16,942,563 for debt serv- 
ice — a g a i n f $4,403,730 over the present biennium, due entirely to the fact that 
a previous administration financed unemployment relief by bond issues instead 
of from current taxation. 



XV 



If you turn from these items to the operating' expenses of general govern- 
ment — the general fund cost of operating the State — your rediictions will neces- 
sarily be confined to the $23,692,000 recommended for this purpose. This, 
incidentally, is only $604,902 more than the total biennial expenditures for this 
purpose made by the previous administration, despite the fact that salary adjust- 
ments alone account for an increase of $807,572 in this function. 

If, on the other hand, you assume with me the responsibility of properly 
financing the governmental operations of the State of California during the 
coming biennium, then you must assume the further responsibility of providing 
adequate revenue. The State not only must finance its current operations, but 
also must protect its credit position by retiring the present $44, 746, 925 general 
fund deficit as rapidly as possible. The tax plan which I am recommending 
to you will accomplish these ends, and will do so by imposing additional taxes 
in accordance with the ability of the citizens of this State to support their 
government. 

Respectfully submitted, 

January 23, 1939. Governor of California. 



XVI 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



Sacramento, California, January 23, 1939. 
Honorable Culbert L. Olson, 
Governor of California, 
State Capitol, Sacramento, California. 
Dear Governor Olson : 

The budget of the State of California for the ninety-first and ninety-second 
fiscal years, covering the period from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1941, is trans- 
mitted herewith. It has been prepared in compliance with section 34, Part IV, 
of the Constitution, and in accordance with your instructions. 

Helpful cooperation has been extended in the preparation of the budget by 
all State officials and agencies. 

Very truly yours, 



l//dj oJ. £2L*o-*-p— -*- 



Director of Finance. 



XVII 



Summary Statements and Charts 

Summary Statements 



Schedule I. 
Schedule II. 

Schedule III. 

Schedule IV. 

Schedule V. 
Schedule YI. 



Schedule VII. 



Schedule VIII 



Schedule IX. 



General Budget Summary. 

Summary of Estimated Revenues Under Exist- 
ing Law for the Biennium 1939-1941. 
Summary of Expenditures for the Biennium 
1939-1941. 

Summary of Estimated Unbudgeted Balances, 
by Funds, as of July 1, 1939, and June 30, 1941. 
General Fund Balance Sheet as of June 30, 1937. 
Comparative Statement of Revenues, By Organ- 
ization Units, Funds, and Principal Sources, for 
the Three Bienniums, 1935-1937, 1937-1939, and 
1939-1941. 

Comparative Statement of Expenditures, by Or- 
ganization Unit, Character, and Fund, for the 
Three Bienniums, 1935-1937, 1937-1939, and 1939- 
1941. 

Comparative Statement of Contributions and Ex- 
penditures of Federal Aid Granted to the State 
of California for the Three Bienniums, 1935- 
1937, 1937-1939, and 1939-1941. 
Statement of Bonded Debt of the State of Cali- 
fornia as of December 31, 1938. 



Charts 

Chart 1. General Fund Surplus or Deficit at the End of Ten 

Biennial Periods. 
Chart 2. Sources of the State Revenue Dollar, 1939-1941 

Biennium. 
Chart 3. Principal Items in the State Expenditure Dollar. 
Chart 4. Fixed Charges and Controllable Expenses in the State 

General Fund Expenditure Dollar. 

Chart 5. Comparative Sources of General Fund Revenue, Three 
Biennial Periods. 

Chart 6. Comparative Analysis of State Expenditure Budgets, 

Five Biennial Periods. 
Chart 7. State Payments and Grants to Local Governments. 
Insert. California State Government, Organization Chart. 

XIX 



CHART 1 



GENERAL FUND 


SURPLUS OR DEFICIT 


AT THE END OF 




TEN BIENNIAL PERIODS 




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The surplus or deficit position of the State General Fund at the close of each biennium since 1923 is shown in the 
accompanying diagram. The $44,747,000 estimated deficit as of June 30, 1939, will be reduced to approximately 
$12,42S,500 at the close of the ensuing biennium, through receipts from existing tax laws and by the additional revenue 
under the recommended tax program. 



SCHEDULE I 
GENERAL BUDGET SUMMARY 



Schedule 
number 



Actual and 
Estimated 
1937-1939 
Biennium, 
S9th and 90th 
Fiscal Years 



Estimated 

and Proposed 

1939-1941 

Biennium. 

91st and 92d 

Fiscal Years 



Increase (+) 

or 
Decrease ( — ) 

from 
1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 



Revenues Under Existing Law: 

General Taxes 

Other Sources 



3323,633,529 SO 
9,440,640 4S 



$332,859,131 00 
10.106.24S 00 



+59,225,601 20 
+665,607 52 



Total Revenues. 



Deduct: Expenditures: 

Expenditures of the State Government: 

Current Expenses 

Capital Outlay 

Unemployment Relief . . - 

Debt Service 

Reserves for Emergencies 



III 



S333,074,170 2S 



572,359,045 S7 

19.1S5.471 80 

73,415,355 40 

12,538,832 97 

444,845 07 



5342,965,379 00 



S73.457.773 00 

S436.7S4 00 

73,660,000 00 

17,142,563 00 

2,000,000 00 



+S9.S91.20S 72 



+ 51,098,727 13 

—10,748,687 SO 

+244,644 60 

+4,603.730 03 

+ 1,555.154 93 



Total State Government Expenditures. 
Payments and Grants to Local Government.-. 



5177,943,551 11 
187,242,067 05 



S174.697.120 00 
199,S49,SS7 00 



—S3, 246. 431 11 
+ 12.607.S19 95 



Total Expenditures. 



5365,185,618 16 



S374.547.007 00 



+S9.361.3SS 84 



CURRENT BUDGET DEFICIENCY _ 

(Amount by which revenues from present sourceB fall short of meeting expenditures.) 

Add: Estimated Deficit at Beginning of Biennium 

RESULTANT ESTIMATED DEFICIT AT END OF BIENNIUM... 

Deduct: Estimated Additional Revenues from Sources Recommended by the Governor 
Remainder of Deficit to be Carried by Issuance of Registered Warrants 



IV, V 
IV 



-S32, 111,447 SS 



-12,635,477 57 



-831,581,628 00 



— 44,746,925 45 



-S529.S19 SS 



+32,111.447 



-844,746,925 45 



-876,32S,553 45 
63,900,000 00 



+S31.581.62S 00 



-812,428,553 45 



SPECIAL FUNDS 



Revenues: 

General Taxes. 
Special Taxes.. 
Other Sources.. 



822,431,640 01 

123,329,025 S6 

22,697,490 47 



S27.620.S69 00 
12S,506,534 00 
26,100,982 00 



+S5,189,22S 99 
+5,177,508 14 
+3,403,491 53 



Total Revenues. 



Deduct: Expenditures: 

Expenditures of the State Government: 

Current Expenses 

Capital Outlay 



S16S,45S,156 34 



861,S83,130 44 
41,944,908 59 



S1S2,22S,3S5 00 



+S13.770.22S 66 



S67,024,937 00 +S5, 141,806 56 
45,160,084 00 +3,215,175 41 



Total State Government Expenditures. 
Payments and Grants to Local Government... 



S103,82S,039 03 
64,376,547 26 



8112,1S5,021 00 
70,431,327 00 



Total Expenditures 

CURRENT BUDGET SURPLUS (+) OR DEFICIENCY (— ) 

Deduct: Estimated Unbudgeted Balances at Beginning of Biennium (Surplus) 

RESULTANT ESTIMATED UNBUDGETED BALANCES AT END OF BIENNIUM (Surplus) 



GRAND TOTALS, ALL FUNDS 
REVENUES: 

Under Existing Law 

From additional Sources Recommended by the Governor 



S16S,204,5S6 29 



5182,616,348 00 



IV 
IV 



+5253,570 05 
26,222,448 31 



—387,963 00 
26,476,01S 36 



526,476,018 36 



S26,0SS,055 36 



5501,532,326 62 



5525,193,764 00 
63,900,000 00 



Total Revenues. 
EXPENDITURES 



8501,532,326 62 
5533,390,204 45 



S5S9,093,764 00 
5557,163,355 00 



+S,356,981 97 
+6,054,779 74 



+ 814,411,761 71 



—641,533 05 
+253,570 05 



— S3S7.963 00 



S+23,661,437 38 
+63,900,000 00 



+SS7,561,437 3S 
+S23,773,150 55 



XXI 



CHART 2 



SOURCES OF THE 
STATE REVENUE DOLLAR 

1939-1941 BIENNIUM 




INHERITANCE TAX 



INSURANCE GROSS 
PREMIUMS TAX 



MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE 
FEES (IN LIEU TAX) 



Principal sources of State revenue under existing tax laws are illustrated above. Of the total revenue dollar, 
approximately 30 cents are derived from the retail sales tax, ISi cents from the gas tax, and 1\ cents each from 
the franchise and personal income taxes. The proportionate contributions from the franchise, income, liquor, 
inheritance and miscellaneous taxes will be increased under the recommended tax plan. 



XXII 



SCHEDULE II 



SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED REVENUES UNDER EXISTING LAW 
FOR THE BIENNIUM 1939-1941 





General 

Fund 


Special 
Funds 


Tota*. 


GENERAL TAXES: 

Retail Sales and Uae Taxes 


$184,178,223 00 
39,200,000 00 
38,473,300 00 
1.8,000,000 00 
14,100.000 00 

16.000,000 00 

4,100.000 00 

2,811,700 00 

4,840,000 00 

10,295.908 00 

830,000 00 

30,000 00 


So.571,777 00 


$189,750,000 00 


Bank and Corporation Franchise Tax* 


Personal Income Tax 


1,226,700 00 


39,700.000 00 
18,000.000 00 


Inheritance Tax ._ __ 


Gross Premiums Tax on Insurance Companies 






Alcoholic Beverage Taxes: 

Excise Tax on Distilled Spirits - - 




16,000,000 00 
4,100,000 00 


Excise Tax on Beer and Wines . -. 






8,188,300 00 


1 1.000,000 00 


Motor Transportation License Tax - . . _ . 


Motor Vehicle License (in lieu) Fees. . 


12,634,092 00 


22,930.000 00 

830,000 00 

30,000 00 


Private Car Tax _ 


Delinquent Utility Taxes and Penalties.- . .... 










Totals, General Taxes 


$332,859,131 00 


$27,620,869 00 

$97,356,534 00 

25,150,000 00 

6,000,000 00 


$360,480,000 00 

$97,356,534 00 
25,150,000 00 


SPECIAL TAXES: 

Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax**... 










6,000,000 00 












$128,506,534 00 


$128,506,534 00 


OTHER SOURCES: 


$675,000 00 
4,941,119 00 

2,134,045 00 


$675,000 00 




$1,057,065 00 
3,200,000 00 
1,153,720 00 

20.690,197 00 


4,941,119 00 


Oil and mineral royalties: 


3,191,110 00 




3,200,000 00 






1,153,720 00 




1,984,634 00 
371,450 00 


22,674,831 00 




371,450 00 










$10,106,248 00 


$26,100,982 00 


$36,207,230 00 






GRAND TOTALS, REVENUES UNDER EXISTING LAW 


$342,965,379 00 


$182,228,385 00 


$525,193,764 00 







* Including Corporate Income Tax. 
** Including Use Fuel Tax. 



XXIII 



CHART 3 



PRINCIPAL ITEMS IN THE 
STATE EXPENDITURE DOLLAR 

1939-41 BIENNIUM 

TOTAL BUDGET 




DEBT SEBVICt- 



-CAPITAL OUTLAYS 



General Fund expenditures account for 67 cents out of each dollar of expenditure in the 
1939-1941 budget, while special fund payments comprise the remaining 33 cents. Payments and 
grants to local governments constitute the principal items of expenditure in both the General Fund 
and the special fund programs. The comparative importance of these and other items in the State's 
expenditure budget is illustrated in the above diagram. 



CHART 4 



FIXED CHARGES AND CONTROLLABLE EXPENSES 
IN THE STATE GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE DOLLAR 

TOTAL GENERAL FUND 



TOTAL 
FIXED CHARGES 



CONTROLLABLE 
EXPENDITURES 




Fifty-eight cents out of each dollar of expenditures budgeted for the 1939-1941 biennium 
represent charges fixed by Constitutional or statutory provision. The remaining 42 cents are sub- 
ject to executive control. Requirements for support of public schools represent the leading fixed 
charge, while unemployment relief and support of State institutions are the principal items of 
controllable expense. 



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SCHEDULE IV 



SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED UNBUDGETED BALANCES BY FUNDS 
AS OF JULY 1, 1939, AND JUNE 30, 1941 



Fund 



Page 
No. 



Estimated 
Unbudgeted 

Balances, 
July 1, 1939 



Estimated 
Revenues, 
Biennium 
1939-1941 



Estimated 

and Proposed 

Expenditures, 

Biennium 

1939-1941 



Estimated 

Unbudgeted 

Balances, 

June 30, 1941 



GENERAL FUND... 

SPECIAL FUNDS: 

General Revenue Funds: 

Alcohol Beverage Control Fund.. 
Motor Vehicle License Fee Fund- 
Personal Income Tax Fund 

Retail Sales Tax Fund.. 



Special Revenue Funds: 

Accountancy Fund . 

■ Agricultural Prorate Commission Fund 

Agricultural Society Contingent Fund 

Aviary Inspection Fund 

Department of Agriculture Fund 

Board of Architecture, Northern District Fund 

Board of Architecture, Southern District Fund 

Architecture Public Building Fund 

Athletic Commission Fund 

Banking Fund 

Barber Examiners' Fund 

Boat Fund 

Building and Loan Inspection Fund 

Cannery Inspection Fund 

Chiropractic Examiners Fund 

Civil Engineers' Fund 

Clinic and Dispensary Fund 

Clinical Laboratory Fund 

Collection Agency License Fund 

Contractors' License Fund 

Corporation Commission Fund 

Cosmetology Contingent Fund 

Dentistry Fund ' 

Detective Agency Contingent Fund 

Fair and Exposition Fund 

Fire Marshal's Fund 

Fire Prevention Fund 

Fish and Game Preservation Fund 

Furniture and Bedding Inspection Fund 

Funeral Directors and Embalmers Fund 

Highway Fund 

Insurance Fund 

Junior College Fund 

Medical Examiners Contingent Fund 

Division of Mines Revolving Printing Fund 

Motor Vehicle Fund 

Motor Vehicle Fuel Fund 

Motor Vehicle Support Fund 

" Department of Natural Resources Printing Revolving Fund. 

Nurses Examination and Registration Fund 

Optometry Fund 

Ore Buyers License Fund 

Osteopathic Examiners Contingent Fund 

Park Maintenance Fund 

Park Maintenance and Acquisition Fund 

Petroleum and Gas Fund 

Pharmacy Board Contingent Fund 

Board of Pilot Commissioners' Special Fund 

'Real Estate Fund 

School Fund 

■Sixth District Agricultural Association Fund 

Structural Pest Control Fund - 

State Lands Act Fund 

Supervision of Outdoor Advertising Fund 

Tax Deeded Land Rental Fund 

Teachers Colleges Summer Session Fund 

Transportation Rate Fund 

Veterinary Medicine Examiners Contingent Fund 

Yacht and Ship Brokers Fund ■ 



TOTALS, SPECIAL FUNDS 

GRAND TOTALS, ALL FUNDS. 



60 
462 

72 
55 

541 
153 

283 
614 
150 
543 
546 
630 
448 
403 
549 
303 
406 
611 
589 
552 
615 
616 

94 
555 
410 
558 
562 
509 

75 
301 
474 
496 
568 
565 
655 
413 
674 
572 
479 
460 

63 
460 
468 
613 
575 
478 
592 
485 
485 
499 
579 
594 
417 
674 
288 
582 
277 
657 

35 
176 

89 
584 
586 



-$44,746,925 45 



Sl,550,000 00 

Nil 

288,138 09 

Nil 

16,963 58 

tl0,016 81 

182,614 S2 

Nil 

500,981 39 

2,327 24 

8,236 16 

43,604 22 

—17,306 86 

973 34 

11,423 58 

50 27 

40,702 64 

7,678 89 

4,933 22 

3.413 58 

Nil 

10 00 

6,004 50 

—22,192 72 

131,381 87 

18,416 41 

30,624 36 

22,061 02 

1,234,202 00 

61,002 66 

942 34 

604,062 44 

922 22 

15,778 05 

Nil 

17,652 83 

Nil 

37,681 91 

2,114 16 

6,913,250 00 

11,904,885 00 

2,204,618 34 

1,943 05 

120,151 47 

3,681 82 

2,236 25 

15,323 71 

898 80 

336,916 98 

74,737 15 

11,214 55 

Nil 

S.170 96 

44 81 

38,745 30 

5,047 50 

Nil 

4,384 87 

5,000 00 

4,590 07 

2,034 01 

1,485 17 

1,243 53 



$26,476,018 36 



—$18,270,907 09 



$342,965,379 00 



$8,188,300 00 

12,634,092 00 

1,226,700 00 

5,711,777 00 

36,890 00 

120,100 00 

953,300 00 

2,000 00 

6.185,995 00 

12,000 00 

18,025 00 

249,200 00 

. 235,160 00 

298,700 00 

126,886 00 

20,000 00 

147,200 00 

449,000 00 

25,750 00 

60,210 00 

3,000 00 

6,800 00 

26,750 00 

499,453 00 

800,000 00 

188,650 00 

77,120 00 

24,750 00 

5,750,000 00 

159,043 00 

SO.O0O 00 

3,160,295 00 

171,000 00 

39,750 00 

72,235,000 00 

444,506 00 

3,200,000 00 

140,338 00 

7,000 00 

8,405,250 00 

32,785,134 00 

12,591,750 00 

7,600 00 

100,846 00 

15,900 00 

2,800 00 

25,600 00 

120,000 00 

914,590 00 

381,648 00 

119,150 00 

30,000 00 

394,500 00 

1,153,720 00 

60,096 00 

19,880 00 

142,475 00 

64,000 00 

117,596 00 

199,750 00 

845,000 00 

11,520 00 

4,840 00 



: $374,547,007 00 



$8,188,300 00 

12,634,092 00 

1,505,90S 00 

5,711,777 00 



$182,228,385 00 



$525,193,764 00 



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2 

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245,: 

209, 

266,' 

126, 

19, 

175, 

442, 

26, 

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176, 

68. 

19 

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161. 

80. 

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137 

44 

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432 

3,200 

144 

7. 

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32,446 

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71 

18 

4 

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447 

126 

30 

387, 

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75 

18, 

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194 

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10 

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816 00 
158 00 
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214 00 
294 00 
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356 00 
149 00 
710 00 
878 00 
408 00 
403 00 
000 00 
S10 00 
220 00 
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195 00 
909 00 
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133 00 
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795 00 
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,407 00 
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,185 00 
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,000 00 
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600 00 
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,300 00 
,720 00 
,420 00 
,789 00 
,475 00 
,378 00 
,596 00 
,126 00 
,295 00 
733 00 
707 00 



— *$76.328,553 45 



$1,550,000 00 

Nil 

8.930 09 

Nil 

29.939 5S 

20,058 81 

257,397 82 

Nil 

694,160 39 

169 24 

9,316 16 

47,590 22 

8,559 14 

33,662 34 

11,953 58 

901 27 

12,192 64 

13,800 89 

4,275 22 

4,220 58 

Nil 

Nil 

3,534 50 

36,645 28 

119,186 87 

30,157 41 

38,877 36 

27,678 02 

1,212,390 00 

58,201 66 

942 34 

85,346 44 

34,094 22 

10,73 J 05 

Nil 

29,751 83 

Nil 

33,834 91 

2,114 16 

7,683,500 00 

12,243,630 00 

791,402 34 

1,943 05 

149,938 47 

758 82 

1,036 25 

17,576 71 

10,898 80 

654,958 98 

8,826 15 

3,385 55 

Nil 

15,370 96 

44 81 

23,421 30 

6,138 50 

Nil 

6 87 

5,000 00 

10,214 07 

26,739 01 

2,272 17 

376 53 



$182,616,348 00 



$557,163,355 00 



$26,088,055 36 



—$50,240,498 09 



* Before giving effect to estimated additional revenues from sources recommended by the Governor in hia budget message. 
j* After deducting current amount due General Fund. 

XXVI 



SCHEDULE V 



GENERAL FUND BALANCE SHEET 
AS OF JUNE 30, 1937 



Cash in State Treasury: 

Unapplied Cash in the General Fund 

Cash in Other Funds Available to the General Fund: 

General Fund Cash Revolving Fund 

Alcohol Beverage Control Fund 

Retail Sales Tax Fund . 



RESOURCES 



$17,534,290 82 



$4,217,404 33 
801,299 14 
272,042 41 5,290,745 88 



Total Treasury Cash Available to the General Fund S22.1 



Revenues Receivable: 

Retail Sales and Use Taxes for quarter ending June 30, 1937. 



Due from Other Funds: 

From Fair and Exposition Fund — General Fund's share of 1936-37 fiscal year receipts 

from horse racing license fees 

From other funds — sundry advances 



$905,671 06 
319,167 92 



Special Stores Purchases: 

Special purchases made by institutions in June, 1937, for use in 1937-38 fiscal year. 

Temporary Investments: 

Par value of bonds held for the General Fund 



23,461.345 15 

1.224,838 98 
451,412 84 
234,000 00 



TOTAL RESOURCES $48,196,633 67 

OBLIGATIONS 
Registered Warrants Outstanding $41,706,239 65 



Due to Other Funds: 

Amounts borrowed from other funds for the General Fund Cash Revolving Fund. 

Reserve for Cancelled Warrants 



Accrued Fixed Charges: 

Aid to Needy Aged : 

Aid to Needy Blind 

Aid to Needy Children 

Interest on Registered Warrants. 



Appropriations: 

Appropriations in force June 30, 1937: 

For the biennium 1935-1937 _. 

For prior bienniums 



$7,542,088 53 
303,758 33 



Less: Amounts available to meet expenditures of subsequent fiscal yearS- 



$4,927,950 85 

477,717 01 

1,877,144 50 

34,399 93 



$7,845,846 86 
283,129 98 



',450,000 00 
6,408 84 



7,317,212 29 



7,562,716 88 



Total Obligations $64,042,577 66 



Less: Estimated unencumbered balances in appropriations to revert June 30, 1939: 

Amounts estimated to remain in appropriations after providing for expenditures for 
the biennium 1935-1937, as set forth in Schedule VII 



3,210,466 42 



NET OBLIGATIONS. 



60,832,111 24 



ACCUMULATED DEFICIT, JUNE 30, 1937 $12,635,477 57 



XXVII 



CHART 5 



COMPARATIVE SOURCES OF 
GENERAL FUND REVENUE 
THREE BIENNIAL PERIODS 



MILLION DOLLARS 
50 100 150 



RETAIL SALES 

AND 

USE TAXES 



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FRANCHISE 
TAX 



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INCOME 

TAX 



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TAXES AND FEES 



INHERITANCE 
TAX 



INSURANCE 

GROSS 
PREMIUMS TAX 



MOTOR 
VEHICLE 

IN LIEU TAX 



ALL OTHER 




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139-41 



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35-37 

37-39 

I 
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I 
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I 
39-41 



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I 
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Collections from the principal sources of General Fund revenue during the two biennial periods 1935-1937 and 
1937-1939, together with anticipated revenue under existing tax laws during the coming biennium, are compared in the 
above diagram. The amounts shown here for 1939-1941 do not give effect to the recommended program for additional 
taxes. 

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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF 


STATE EXPENDITURE BUDGETS 


FIVE BIENNIAL PERIODS 


TYPE OF MILLION DOLLARS 




EXPENDITURE O IOO 200 300 




PAYMENTS AND 
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SCHEDULE IX 



STATEMENT OF BONDED DEBT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1938 



Name of issue 


Rate of 
interest ■' 


Date of 
maturity 


Amount 
authorized 


Amount 
unsold 


Redemption 

to 
Dec. 31, 1938 


Amount 
outstanding 
Dec. 31. 1938 


Balances in 
sinking funds. 
Dec. 31, 1938 


GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS 

GENERAL FUND 
Funded Debt of 1870, 1873 


6% 


Expired 

Expired 

1965 

1916-65 

1921-65 

1932-65 
1934-57 
1932-71 
1917-61 
1923-62 
1926-65 
193S-47 
1940-49 


$2,801,000 00 

4,000 00 

3,000,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

1,800,000 00 

8,500,000 00 
6,000,000 00 
1,000,000 00 
18,000,000 00 
15,000,000 00 
40,000,000 00 
20,000,000 00 
24,000,000 00 




$523,500 00 


$2,277,500 00* 

4,000 00 

3.000,000 00 

540,000 00 

1,080,000 00 

6,750,000 00 

4,720,000 00 

825,000 00 

9,200,000 00 

9,000,000 00 

27,000,000 00 

18,000,000 00 

24,000,000 00 




Indian War of 1857, I860.- 








4% 

4% 

4M% 

4-4^% 

2K-4J4% 

4H% 

4% 

4H% 

4M-33€% 

3H-ii4% 

3H% 






$1,413,503 82 






460,000 00 
720,000 00 

1,750,000 00 
1,250,000 00 
175,000 00 
8,800,000 00 
6,000,000 00 
13,000,000 00 
2,000,000 00 










State Buildings and University Buildings of 
1925 






California State Parks of 1927 


$30,000 00 




California Tenth Olympiad of 1927 __ 


901,294 73 


First Highway of 1909 ___ _ 












Third Highway of 1919 


























TOTALS, GENERAL OBLIGATION 
BONDS.._ - 


$141,105,000 00 

$9,000,000 00 
10,000,000 00 
10,000.000 00 

1,000,000 oo 


$30,000 00 


$34,678,500 00 


$106,396,500 00 

$9,000,000 00 
9,450,000 00 


$2,314,798 55 


SELF-LIQUIDATING BONDS 

SAN FRANCISCO HARBOR 

IMPROVEMENT FUND 

First San Francisco Harbor Improvement 

of 1909 


4% 


1985' 
19S9- 


$1,624,544 90 


Second San Francisco Harbor Improvement 
of 1913 


$550,000 00 

10,000.000 00 
147,000 00 




794,599 17 


Third San Francisco Harbor Improvement 
of 1929 






India Basin of 1909. 


4% 


19S5» 




853,000 00 


165,332 05 










$30,000,000 00 

$10,000,000 00 
20.000,000 00 
20,000,000 00 
30,000,000 00 


$10,697,000 00 




$19,303,000 00 

$4,306,000 00 
13,968,000 00 
17,879,000 00 
25,160,000 00 


$2,584,476 12 


VETERANS' FARM AND HOME 

BUILDING FUND 

Veterans' Welfare of 1921 . 


4-4^% 
4-4^% 
2H-3% 


1926-46 
1931-49 
1935-53 
1937-54 


$5,694,000 00 
6,032,000 00 
2,121,000 00 
1,840,000 00 


Veterans' Welfare of 1925 . 






Veterans' Welfare of 1929 






Veterans' Welfare of 1933 _ 


$3,000,000 00 










$80,000,000 00 


$3,000,000 00 


$15,687,000 00 


$61,313,000 00 












TOTALS, SELF-LIQUIDATING BONDS- 


$110,000,000 00 


$13,697,000 00 


$15,687,000 00 


$80,616,000 00 


$2,584,476 12 








TOTAL BONDED INDEBTEDNESS 


$251,105,000 00 


$13,727,000 00 


$50,365,500 00 


$187,012,500 00 
4,899,274 67 


$4,899,274 67 




















NET BONDED INDEBTEDNESS 


$182,113,225 33 















♦These bonds, held for the School Fund and the University Fund, matured in 1892, but the people voted not to redeem them. By Chapter 65, Statutes of 1893. 
interest was continued on these bonds, and Chapter 533, Statutes of 1931. provides that they be redeemed out of any moneys received from payment of War Claims 
of the State of California against the United States. 

' Callable after 1950. 

» Callable after 1954. 

■ Callable after 1939. 



LVI 



Detailed Budgets of Departments 
and Other State Agencies 



Legislative 

Judicial 

Executive 

Administrative Officers, Boards and Commissions 



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Administrative Departments and Related Agencies : 

Agriculture 

Education 

Employment 

Finance 

Industrial Relations 

Institutions 

Investment 

Military and Veterans' Affairs 

Motor Vehicles 

Natural Resources 

Penology 

Professional and Vocational Standards 

Public Health 

Public Works 

Social Welfare 

Miscellaneous 

Unemployment Relief 

Debt Service 



Page 1 



SAURIES AI.D WAGES 

Position Titles : 

in the detailed departmental and agency budgets positions included in the State Civil Service have been 
set forth under the official class titles established therefor by the Personnel Board. Positions exempt from 
civil service have been listed at their departmental titles as set forth on the official roster of employees main- 
tained by the Personnel Board. 

Compensation Plan : 

Rates of pay for civil service positions are fixed by the Personnel Board under Section 70 of the State 
Civil Service Act (Chapter 75}, Statutes of 1957), which provides in part as follows: 

"The (Personnel) board shall establish and adjust salary ranges for each class of positions 
in the State civil service. The salary ranges shall be based on the principle that like 
salaries shall be paid for comparable duties and responsibilities. In establishing or 
changing^ such ranges consideration shall be given to the prevailing rates for comparable 
service in other public employment and in private business, improvement of living standards, 
the current costs of living, and the State's financial condition..." 

"...Salary ranges shall consist of minimum and maximum salary limits and employees in a 
particular class shall receive a salary within the limits provided for that class. The 
board shall provide for intermediate steps within such limits to govern the extent of the 
salary adjustment which an employee may receive at any one time. After completion of the 
first year in a position, each employee shall receive a salary adjustment equivalent to one 
of such intermediate steos during each year when his service rating, as shown by the current 
or last performance report, shall be equal to or higher than a reasonable percentage to be 
fixed by rule of, the board. Such salary adjustments shall be made for employees in the State 
civil service in accordance with this section and the rule of the board adopted pursuant 
thereto. . ." 

" Appointing powers in submitting budgetary requirements to the Director of Finance shall 

carefully estimate and call attention to the need for moneys sufficient to provide for 
appropriate salary adjustments for the employees under their jurisdiction..." 

After an extensive, survey of employment and wage conditions in 1957-1958, a major revision of the salary 
schedules was adopted by the State Personnel Board on April 28, 1958, and was effective May 1, 1958. 

The salary range or scale established for each class consists of a mimimum rate, intermediate rates, and 
a maximum rate. The minimum in each class represents what is considered to be the lowest fair value of a given 
type of employment and is the rate at which all new employees are required to enter the service. The intermediate 
steps are those through which the employee may advance as he gains experience on the job and demonstrates his 
capabilities. The maximum is considered to be the highest fair value that can be placed on a particular type of 
work. Should the employee assume duties and responsibilities justifying compensation beyond this maximum, good 
practice requires that he be promoted to a higher class. 

The basic monthly salary ranges of the plan adopted were arranged into 56 general groups which are shown 
on the next page. The steps in each salary range group are indicated by quoting the minimum rate, the amount of 
interval between intermediate rates and the maximum rate . Thus, 110 (10) 150 indicates a monthly salary range 
having steps of $110-$120-$150-$lltO-$150. 

Salary Adjustments : 

Subject to availability of funds, Section 70 of the Civil Service Act requires that each employee in the 
civil service receive an increase of one intermediate step in his salary range during each year in which his 
service rating is equal to or above a reasonable minimum, which has been fixed by the Personnel Board at 80?. 

The amounts of salaries and wages set forth for the individual position classes in each year of the 
ensuing biennium are computed at the rates which will be received by the employees within that class on June 50. 1959» 
after giving effect to the salary adjustments scheduled to be made prior to that date. Provision for the salary 
adjustments to which existing employees will become entitled during the next two years on the basis of their present 
service ratings has been made in a lump sum "Allotment for salary adjustments" shown under "Salaries and Wages" for 
each major function or organization unit. The allotment for the 19lj.0-19lll fiscal year usually is approximately twice 
the amount set up for the 1959-19l|0 fiscal year, since it necessarily must provide for the continuance of the adjustment 
made in the first year of the biennium, as well as the adjustment scheduled for the second year. 

The amount set up for each "Proposed new position" in the 19l;Q-19lj.l fiscal year includes the salary adjustnent 
for that year. 

Similar lump sum allotments for salary adjustments have been provided for exempt positions, where requested 
by the agency. Such adjustments have been computed in accordance with the salary schedule in effect for the respective 
positions. 

Use of Symbol-si 

For civil service positions the salary range group number for each position class is indicated in the column 
so headed. Reference to the schedule set forth on the next page will indicate the salary range of that position class. 

The symbol "Ex" in that column indicates that the position is exempt from civil service. 



Page 2 



SALARY RANGE GROUPS 



GROUP 
NO. 



MONTHLY SALARY RANGE 



Minimum 
Rate 



Interval 
between 
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mediate 
Rates 



Maximum 
Rate 



GROUP 
NO. 



MONTHLY SALARY RANGE 



Minimum 

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Rate 



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11 

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16 

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17 

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19 

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20 

21 

21a 

22 



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85 
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90 

95 

100 
110 
120 

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160 
170 
180 
190 

200 
215 
100 

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255 
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180 
300 



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(15 

15 

15 

(15 

(15 

15 

(15 

(15 

(20) 



95 


22a 


$200 ( 


--} 


$280 (plus MSF) 


105 


23 


320 


20 


400 


110 


23a 


180 1 


20! 


260 (plus MSF) 


55 (plus M) 

115 


2? 


215 
314-0 


20) 
20 


295 (plus MSF) 
520 


120 


25a 


220 


20! 


300 (plus MSF) 


llj.0 


2 5 


36O 


20! 


%0 


150 


26 


380 


20 1 


56o 


160 


26a 


2l;0 


20; 


320 (plus MSF) 
580 


170 

180 


27 


500 


20 ; 


w 


260 


20) 


350 (plus MSF) 


90 (plus MSF) 


hzo 


20) 


500 


190 


29 


ft 


20 


520 


200 


50 


580 


20) 


560 


210 


30a 


280 


20; 


36O (plus MSF) 


220 


31 


500 


^<) 


580 


250 


31a 


290 


20' 


370 (plus MSF) 


260 


52 


520 


20 


600 


275 

l6o (plus MSF) 


32a 


350 ( 

5K0 

580 ( 


20 


h20 (plus MSF) 


53 


20 


290 

180 (plus MSF) 


35 


20 


660 


35 


600 


:.)' 


680 


305 


35a 


620 


2J* 


700 
833.33 


200 (plus MSF) 


36 


750. 


20, 


320 


A 


Prevailing hourly or daily- 


210 (plus MSF) 




rate of 1 


Jay 


for the par- 
e or craft 


535 




ticular trac 


350 




in the 1( 


icality in which 


21t0 (plus MSF) 




the work 


is 


performed. 


380 


B 


Maintenance for self. 



II. 



MAINTENANCE VALUE 

Officers: The notation "plus MSF" in the above schedule indicates that in addition 
to the cash compensation quoted, maintenance for self and family are furnished. 
The value of maintenance for self and family varies considerably in individual 
cases. Maintenance usually includes quarters, subsistence, laundry, light and 
heat. The average monthly value of maintenance for self and family is set forth 
in the schedule shown below. This schedule has been officially adopted by the 
Board of Administration of the State Employees' Retirement System for use in com- 
puting retirement benefits and is also used by the Personnel Board in computing 
maintenance values at the present time. 

a. Medical directors and superintendents, wardens at State 
prisons, and the Commandant at Veterans' Home $210 

b. Assistant medical directors and assistant superintendents — 150 

c. Physicians, business managers, and comparable officers 115 

d. Officers other than the Commandant at Veterans' Home 100 

e. If separate dwellings are not provided, the value is 
as follows: 

Officers only 60 

For officers' families add: 

For wife 30 

For each child not over 5 years old 5 

For each minor child over 5 years old 15 

f. In some cases, household servants are provided for chief 
officers in addition to the above valued maintenance, in 
which case actual cash salary paid is added. 

(Note: Resident dentists are classed with physicians.) 

Employees: The notation "plus M" in the above schedule indicates that in 
addition to the cash compensation quoted, maintenance is furnished to the 
employee. The average value of such maintenance has been: 

a. Employees at State prisons $25 

b. Employees at other institutions 35 



LEGISLATIVE 
SEHATE 



Page 3 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



liO IlO liO IlO Salaries of Senators (Fixed Charge made 
mandatory by Constitution, Article IV, 
Section 23) 



Totals for biennium 

Salaries of officers, clerks and other 

employees of the Senate 
Mileage of Lieutenant Governor, Senators 

and officers of the Senate 
Contingent expenses of the Senate 

Totals, Senate 



Ex $ Ij8 000 00 



Ex 



$ 1;8 000 00 
H8 000 00 

$ 96 000 00 



50 000 00 

2 500 00 
20 000 00 

$U|8 500 00 



)i8 000 00 $ 1|S 000 00 

E8 000 00 
$ 96 000 00 



50 000 00 

2 500 00 

20 000 00 

$11$ 500 00 



ASSEMBLY 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




DAL ART 

RANGE 
GROUP 

NUkSEB 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89Ttl|90TH| 91ST| 92D 


1940-41 



80 80 80 Salaries of Assemblymen (Fixed Charge made 
mandatory by Constitution, Article IV, 
Section 2J) 



Totals for biennium 

Salaries of officers, clerks and other 

employees of the Assembly 
Mileage of Assemblymen and officers of the 

Assembly 
Contingent expenses of the Assembly 

Totals, Assembly 



Ex $ 96 000 00 $ 96 000 00 
96 000 00 

$192 000 00 



Ex JO 000 00 

ll 500 00 

20 000 00 

$214.6 500 00 



96 000 00 $ 96 000 00 
96 000 00 

$192 000 00 



50 000 00 

ll 300 00 

20 000 00 

$21(6 500 00 



JOINT EXPENSES 



ACTUAL AND ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 

EIGHTY-NINTH AND 

NINETIETH FISCAL YEARS 

1937-1939 



DETAIL 



TOTAL 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 

NINETY-FIRST AND 

NINETY SECOND FISCAL YEARS 

1939-1941 



DETAIL 



TOTAL 



Legislative printing, binding etc. 
Legislative mailing 

Totals, Joint Expenses 



$250 000 00 
5 000 00 

$253 000 00 



$250 000 00 
5 000 00 

$253 000 00 



Page 4 



LEGISLATIVE 

LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL BUREAU 
SUMMARY 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE ( + 1 




AND ESTIMATED 
1937-1939 BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OH DECREASE C — ) 




89TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 92D 


FROM 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 



EXPENDITURES 
Support 



$ 85 095 U-7 $ 97 HiO oo $+12 okk 55 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH 1 90TH 1 91ST 1 92D 


1940-41 



19 26 22 28 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 

Less abatements: 

For services to Code Commission 
For services to other agencies 

NET TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



kk 812 20 

782 99 

3 hk& 75 

705 8? 



61i 055 oo 

1 925 00 

3 910 00 

506 00 



$ k9 714-7 77 $ 70 576 00 

-16 007 01 -15 712 00 
-3 ?Q9 29 



$ 30 lijl k-7 $ 



% 66I1 00 
50 li?i li7 

85 095 k-7 



$ 55 670 00 

1 355 00 

3 m 00 

E50 00 

$ 61 320 00 
-23 575 00 

$ 37 7hd 00 $ 



72 665 00 

2 £75 00 

3 870 00 
£25 00 



79 £35 00 
-20 oltf) 00 



59 395 

37 7k5 



$ 97 Huo 00 



1 
1 


1 
1 


1 
1 


1 
1 


I 


5 
9 


4 


k 
9 


1 


I 


1 


1 


5 


k 


5 


k 


- 


2 


1 


2 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 
1 


2 


1 


2 



19 26 19 25 



19 26 22 28 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Legislative Counsel Ex 

Chief Deputy Legislative Counsel 25 

Senior Deputy Legislative Counsel 18 

Junior Deputy Legislative Counsel ll| 

Secretary L£ 

Senior Legal Stenographer 10 

Intermediate Legal Stenographer 6 

Intermediate Typist-Clerk 5 

Junior Typist-Clerk 2 

Junior Clerk 2 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 

Senior Deputy Legislative Counsel (part time) 18 
Junior Deputy Legislative Counsel (part time) Ill- 
Totals, Salaries and Wages 



MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



3 999 96 

3 920 oo 

10 955 oo 

13 057 50 



180 oo 
028 2k 
203 62 



910 oo 

589 33 

3 968 55 



k ooo oo 

k 320 oo 

10 605 00 

15 300 00 

2 280 00 

5 liOO 00 

2 670 00 

1 093 00 

85 00 

960 00 

17 322 00 



k 000 00 

li 320 00 

12 120 00 

13 920 00 

2 280 00 

■ 5 £00 00 

1 iUi.o 00 

1 200 00 

960 00 

2 200 00 
2 205 00 



2 205 00 

5 £20 00 



ll 000 00 

It 320 00 

12 120 00 

13 920 00 

2 280 00 
5 £00 00 
2 76O 00 
1 200 00 

960 00 

17 080 00 
li 665 00 



$ kk 812 20 $ 6I4. 035 00 $ 50 okd 00 $ 68 705 00 



1 560 00 

2 llOO 00 



$ kk 812 20 $ 6k 035 00 $ 55 670 00 $ 72 665 00 



658 25 
12l| 7k 



1 525 00 

kOO 00 



775 00 
580 00 



1 £75 00 
1 000 00 



$ 782 99 $ 1 925 00 $ 1 355 00 $ 2 U75 00 



The Legislative Counsel Bureau assists members of the legislature in the 
preparation and amendment of legislative bills, resolutions and constitutional 
amendments. The bureau also gives opinions with reference to the constitutionality 
and legal effect of proposed or pending legislative measures and assists standing 
and interim legislative committees in connection with their work. The services 
of the Legislative Counsel Bureau for the preparation and consideration of legisla- 
tive measures are available also to any officer of the executive or judicial branch 
of the State government. 



Office at Sacramento 



LEGISLATIVE 

LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL BUREAU -Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 5 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY. FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



ADMINISTRATION - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Library 

Totals, Equipment 



i 766 80 

955 8li 

1 170 80 

73 -'1 


J 


850 00 
1 200 00 
1 150 00 

750 00 


$ 


750 00 

1 200 00 

1 195 00 

700 00 


t 


aij.o 00 

1 200 00 

1 160 00 

670 00 


1 5 Wi6 75 


$ 


5 910 00 


a 


5 Slt-5 00 


$ 


5 870 00 


129 Sk 

575 99 


$ 


266 00 

2h0 00 


$ 


150 00 
500 00 


$ 


175 00 
250 00 



$ 705 85 $ 506 00 $ It50 00 $ l£5 00 



Page 6 



LEGISLATIVE 
CALIFORNIA CODE COMMISSION 
SUMMARY 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE (+) 




AND ESTIMATED 
1937-1939 BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE 1 — 1 




89TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 92D 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support 
Less amounts payable from other funds: 

Retail Sales Tax Fund 

Petroleum and Gas Fund 

Insurance Fund 

Total Amounts Payable From Other Funds 
NET TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$ 50 09I4. 51 $ I1.3 915 00 $+15 820 lj.9 



1 859 90 

2 kk 



5 8? 

1 95 



$ k 28? 



25 



85 



-1 859 90 

-2f 



5 85 
195 



$ -k 287 68 



1l5 915 00 $+18 108 17 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 
ADMINISTRATION 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 

Traveling - commissioners 

Pro rata cost of services and materials 
furnished by the Legislative Counsel 
Bureau as staff agency of the commission 

Totals, Service and Expense 
Less abatements for services rendered 
to other agencies 

Net Totals, Service and Expense 
Totals for biennium 



$ 175 50 $ 



16 007 01 
$ 16 182 51 

$ 16 182 51 



200 00 



15 712-00 
$ 15 912 00 

- 2 000 00 

$ 15 912 00 

16 182 51 

$ 50 O9I4. 51 



$ 650 00 

23 575 00 
$ 2l|. 225 00 

-1 000 00 

$ 25 225 00 



$ 650 00 

20 Ol+O 00 
$ 20 69O 00 



$ 20 690 00 

25 225 00 

$ 10 915 00 



The California Code Commission, consisting of nine Tionsalaried commis- 
sioners, and its staff, are engaged in a complete revision and codification 
of all the statutory law of the State. The work will result in a clear re- 
statement without substantive change of the existing laws of a general and 
public nature. Several codes prepared by the commission have already been 
enacted. Additional codes are ready for submission to the 1959 Legislature 
and others are in the course of preparation. 



Main office at Sacramento 



JUDICIAL 



Page 7 



SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
SUMMARY 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE < + > 




AND ESTIMATED 
1937-1939 BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE < — i 




69TH AND 90TH 


9tST AND 92 D 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 



EXPENDITURES 
Support 



$U06 612 85 $k25 600 00 $+18 987 17 



REVENUES 
Fees 



$ 2k 209 29 $ 2U 000 00 $ -209 29 







EXPENDITURES FOR 


; : ??V:r.T 








NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




nun 

■AIM! 

GRODP 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL ESTIMATED 
EIGHTY-NINTH NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



59 k2 hh kk 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$189 275 55 
1 557 79 
5 k55 65 



$191; 8ll0 00 

1 k00 00 

6 000 00 

5 926 08 k il-00 00 



$206 61l0 00 

199 972 85 



$199 972 85 



$200 000 00 $200 000 00 

1 "500 00 1 500 00 

6 500 oo 6 500 oo 

k 800 00 k 800 00 



$212 800 00 



$ko6 612 85 



$212 300 00 
212 800 00 

$k25 600 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 











ADMINISTRATION 










SALARIES AND WAGES 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Chief Justice 


6 


6 


6 


6 


Associate Justice 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Clerk 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Chief Deputy Clerk 


6 


6 


6 


6 


Deputy Clerk 


1 


h 


k 


k 


Stenographer 


2 


2 


2 


2 


Secretary 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Phonographic Reporter 


1 


i 


1 


1 


Reporter of Decisions 


5 


5 


5 


5 


Assistant Reporter of Decisions 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Clerk to Reporter of Decisions 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Secretary to Reporter of Decisions 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Bailiff 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Chief Law Secretary 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Assistant Chief Law Secretary 


7 


7 


7 


7 


Special Secretary 


I 


1 


1 


1 


Janitor and Messenger 


T 


1 


1 


1 


Janitor and Assistant Clerk 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Janitor 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Librarian 



59 k2 k2 k2 Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 

- - 1 1 Stenographer 

- - 1 1 Accountant-Cashier 

59 ]\Z kk kk Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 



Ex 
Ex 



$ 12 000 00 
6k 28k 95 

6 ooo oo 

5 900 oo 
19 800 00 

2 koo 00 

7 200 00 

k ok5 16 

6 000 00 
12 500 00 

5 ooo oo 

1 800 00 

1 267 7k 

6 500 oo 
k 700 oo 

25 200 00 

2 kOO 00 
1 620 00 
1 255 k8 
5 600 00 



$ 12 000 00 
66 000 00 

6 000 00 

5 900 oo 

19 800 oo 

5 koo oo 

7 200 00 

5 6oo oo 

6 ooo oo 
12 500 00 

5 ooo oo 

1 800 00 

1 800 00 

6 600 00 

5 loo oo 

25 200 00 

2 kOO 00 

1 620 00 
1 520 00 
5 600 00 



$ 12 000 00 

66 000 00 

6 000 00 

5 900 00 
19 800 00 

6 900 00 

7 200 00 

5 600 00 

6 000 00 
12 500 00 

5 000 00 

1 800 00 

1 800 00 

6 600 00 
5 100 00 

25 200 00 

2 kOO 00 
1 620 00 

1 520 00 
5 600 00 



$ 12 000 00 
66 000 00 

6 000 00 

5 900 00 
19 800 00 

6 900 00 

7 200 00 

5 600 00 

6 000 00 
12 500 00 

5 000 00 

1 800 00 

1 800 00 

6 600 00 
5 100 00 

25 200 00 

2 kOO 00 
1 620 00 

1 520 00 

5 600 00 



$189 275 55 $19k 8k0 00 $196 5k0 00 $196 5k0 00 



1 500 00 

2 loO 00 



1 500 00 

2 160 C 



$189 275 55 $l9k 8ko 00 



000 00 $200 000 00 



770 57 

567 22 



800 00 
600 00 



800 00 

700 00 



300 00 

700 0( 



$ 1 557 79 $ 1 koo 00 $ 1 500 00 $ 1 500 00 



Main office at San Francisco 



Page 8 



JUDICIAL 
SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



SALARY 
RANGE 
CROUP 
HUHBER 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



ADMINISTRATION - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Freight, cartage and express 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Library 

Totals, Equipment 



585 97 


$ 800 00 


2 676 77 

1 397 1|6 

Il25 00 


2 800 00 


1 iiOO 00 


500 00 


350 I13 


500 00 



$ 269 52 
5 656 56 

$ 5 926 08 



600 00 
5 800 00 



800 00 


$ 800 00 


3 000 00 


3 000 00 


1 700 00 


1 700 00 


500 00 


500 00 


500 00 


500 00 



$ 5 105 63 $ 6 000 00 $ 6 500 00 



1 000 00 
3 800 00 



6 500 00 



1 000 00 
3 800 00 



k iioo 00 $ k 800 00 $ k 800 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 



Filing documents 
Certificates under seal 
Copying and comparing 
Licenses to practice law 
Miscellaneous 

Totals, Revenues 



Totals for biennium 



a E 



6 63 
1 035 ok 

k 080 00 



$ 12 198 29 



$ 6 500 00 

500 00 

1 000 00 

It 000 00 
11 00 

$ 12 Oil 00 

12 198 29 

$ 2ll 209 29 



6 500 00 
500 00 

1 000 00 

k 000 00 



500 00 
500 00 

000 00 
000 00 



12 000 00 $ 



12 000 00 
12 000 00 

22l 000 00 



JUDICIAL 

JUDICIAL COUNCIL 
SUMMARY 



GENERAL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support: 
Administration 
Extra compensation and expenses of assigned judges 

Totals, Support 

Other Current Expenses: 

Extra compensation and expenses of assigned judges 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



Page 9 



ACTUAL 

AND ESTIMATED 

1937-1939 BIENNIUM 

89TH AND 90TH 

FISCAL YEARS 



ESTIMATED 

AND PROPOSED 

1939-1941 BIENNIUM 

9IST AND 92D 

FISCAL YEARS 



INCREASE ( + 1 

OR DECREASE ( — > 

FROM 

1937-1939 



$ 18 2lj6 99 I 25 800 00 

2 077 90 - 



$ +5 555 oi 
-2 077 90 



$ 20 52l| 



$ 25 800 00 $ 1-5 1x75 11 



- 65 000 00 +65 000 00 

t 20 ?2li 89 $ 88 800 00 $+68 Ii75 11 







EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 










NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




■ALARY 

p-rr.t 
CROUP 
HUN SIR 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH 1 90TH 1 91ST 1 92D 


1940-^1 



5 5 5 5 



RECAPITULATION BY OEJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



6 900 oo 

201 ll5 

789 9k 
255 50 

8 12li 89 


$ 6 900 00 
1 500 oo 
5 600 oo 

200 00 
$ 12 200 00 

8 I2li 89 


$ 6 900 00 
2 000 00 
2 500 00 

500 00 
$ 11 900 00 


$ 6 900 00 

2 000 00 
2 500 00 

500 00 

$ 11 900 00 
11 900 00 




$ 20 52ll 89 


$ 25 800 00 



ANALYSIS BY F UNC TION AND OBJECT 

ADMINISTRATION 

SAURIES AND WAGES 
5 5 5 5 Assistant Secretary 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



Ex $ 6 900 00 $ 6 900 00 $ 6 900 00 $ 6 900 00 



111 15 
187 52 



500 00 

1 200 00 



500 00 
1 500 00 



500 00 
1 500 00 



$ 201 ij.5 $ 1 500 00 $ 2 000 00 $ 2 000 00 



The powers and duties of the Judicial Council, consisting of a chairman 
and ten judicial members, are defined in Section la, Article VI, of the Con- 
stitution. By that section the courts of California were brought into a uni- 
fied system under supervision of the chairman of the council. The members of 
the council study suggestions for improvement in court procedure and incidental 
elimination of expense, and their recommendations are presented to each legislature 
in a printed report. The Chief Justice, or acting Chief Justice, of the Supreme 
Court of the State of California is chairman and the Clerk of the Supreme Court 
is secretary. The main office is maintained in San Francisco, with a branch office 
in Los Angeles. At the latter, reports from all courts in the State are tabulated 
as received and preserved for reference, while the substance is presented in the 
biennial reports of the council. The active administration, which includes pro- 
viding temporary assistance for courts which become congested, and judges to serve 
in place of those unavoidably sbsent from their own courts, or who are disqualified 
as well as general supervision of court business, is conducted from the San Francisco 
office. Financial management, including audit of claims for expenses and the 
increased compensation directed to be paid for service in courts of higher juris- 
diction, is also conducted in the San Francisco office. By virtue of the power 
of assignment of judges to assist courts where business was congested, final 
disposition of litigation has been greatly expedited and congestion in trial courts 
eliminated. 



Office at San Francisco 



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JUDICIAL 

JUDICIAL COUNCIL - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



SAURY 
RANQE 
CROUP 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 

EIGHTY-NINTH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



ADMINISTRATION - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Trave Ling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Freight and cartage 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 58 02 ! 

28? 15 

262 29 

105 56 

1 ok 

$ 712 Oil $ 1 600 00 $ 2 500 00 $ 2 500 00 



250 00 


$ 200 00 


! 200 00 


500 00 


1 250 00 


1 250 00 


500 00 


500 00 


500 00 


500 00 


700 00 


700 00 


50 00 


• 50 00 


50 00 



$ 2^ 50 $ 

$ 8 01l6 99 



200 00 
10 200 00 

8 0li6 99 
18 21l6 99 



500 00 $ 
11 900 00 $ 



500 00 

11 900 00 

11 900 00 



$ 25 800 00 



INCREASED COMPENSATION AND 
EXPENSES OF ASSIGNED JUDGES 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Traveling 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



77 90 $ 



2 000 00 

77 90 



$ 2 077 90 



EXPENDITURES F( 


)R OTHER CURRENT EXPENSES 








APPROPRIATED 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 






EIGHTY-NINTH AND 


NINETY-FIRST AND 






NINETIETH FISCAL YEARS 


NINETY-SECOND FISCAL YEARS 






1937-1939 


1939-1941 




DETAIL TOTAL 


DETAIL TOTAL 



For meeting the State's share of extra compensation 
of judges, assigned by the Judicial Council to sit 
in courts in which compensation is greater than the 
one in which they regularly sit: 

Supreme Court 

District Courts of Appeal 

Superior Courts 

For traveling expenses of judges assigned by the 
Judicial Council to hold court in counties other 
than that in which they regularly sit: 

Supreme Court 

District Courts of Appeal 

Superior Courts 

Totals, Extra Compensation and Expenses 
of Assigned Judges 






2 000 00 

kl 000 00 

5 000 00 



2 000 00 

10 000 00 

5 000 00 



$ kB 000 00 



17 000 00 



$ 65 000 00 



Expenditures for this purpose during 1959-191U biennium to be defrayed out of separate item of appropriation. 
Expenditures for this purpose during 1957-1959 biennium were defrayed out of the support appropriation. 



JUDICIAL 
DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT 
"ARY 



Page 11 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE ( + ) 




AND ESTIMATED 
1937-1939 B1ENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE 1 — ) 




89TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 9ZD 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1937-1939 



v,7 _ . .: 



EXPENDITURES 
Support 



$19U 256 15 $206 560 00 $+12 125 87 



REVENUES 
Fees 



$ 5 576 57 $ 1; 100 00 $ +525 65 







EXPENDITURES FOR 


SUPPORT 










NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




UM 

now 
nim 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



18 19 20 20 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$ 95 55k 00 $ 93 250 00 

567 53 1 200 00 

1 586 mi. 1 600 00 

1 578 56 1 700 00 



$ 96 I4B6 15 



$ 97 750 00 
96 I186 15 

$19ll 256 15 



$ 98 620 00 $ 98 740 00 

1 200 00 1 200 00 

1 600 00 1 600 00 

1 700 00 1 700 00 



$103 120 00 



$103 2k0 00 
105 120 00 

$206 560 00 



18 19 18 18 



18 19 20 20 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

ADMINISTRATION 

SALABIES AND WAGES 
Justice 
Clerk 

Deputy Clerk 
Secretary 

Phonographic Reporter 
Bailiff 
Porter 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions; 

Phonographic Reporter (part time) 
Legal Secretary 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Lihrary 

Totals, Equipment 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 


$ 
$ 


60 000 00 
li 000 00 
6 000 00 

15 500 00 
3 25k 00 

li 800 00 
1 800 00 


$ 
$ 


60 000 00 
li 000 00 
6 000 00 

111 850 00 
1 800 .00 
li 800 00 
1 800 00 


$ 60 000 00 

k 000 00 

6 000 00 

16 200 00 

5 600 00 

2 kOO 00 

1 800 00 

120 00 

$ 9k 120 00 


$ 
$ 


60 000 00 
k 000 00 
6 000 00 

16 200 00 

5 600 00 

2 kOO 00 
1 800 00 

2ko 00 




93 35li 00 


93 250 00 


9li 2k0 00 


Ex 

Ex 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


900 00 
3 600 00 

98 620 00 


$ 


900 00 
5 600 00 




93 35k 00 


93 250 00 


98 7I1O 00 




$ 


310 97 
56 36 


$ 


900 00 
300 00 


$ 


90a 00 

300 00 


$ 


900 00 

500 00 




$ 


367 35 




1 200 00 




1 200 00 




1 200 00 




$ 


¥>3 57 
630 07 
295 00 


$ 


500 00 

800 00 

500 00 


$ 


500 00 

800 00 

500 00 


$ 


500 00 

800 00 

500 00 




$ 


1 386 kli 


$ 


1 600 00 


$ 


1 600 00 


$ 


1 600 00 




$ 


998 91 
379 k5 


$ 


1 000 00 

700 00 


$ 


1 000 00 

700 00 


$ 


1 000 00 

700 00 




$ 


1 378 36 


$ 


1 700 00 


$ 


1 700 00 


$ 


1 700 00 



Office at San Francisco 



Page 12 



JUDICIAL 

DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT - Continued 

REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 



Fees 

Totals for biennium 



$ 2 076 57 $ 



1 500 00 

2 076 57 



2 000 00 $ 



2 100 00 
2 000 00 



$ 5 576 57 



$ k 100 00 



JUDICIAL 
DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT 



Page 13 



SUMMARY 










ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE < + l 




AND ESTIMATED 

130/-I93U BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
I9S&-1»41 BILNNIUM 


OR DECREASE 1 — 1 




69TH AND 90TH 


9IST AND UZD 






FISCAL YExKS 


FISCAL TEARS 


1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 



EXPENDITURES 
Support 



$198 555 91 $205 880 00 $ +7 J2J; 09 



REVENUES 

Fees and deposits 



$ 6 917 55 $ 6 050 00 $ -887 55 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMdER OF OFFICERS 




i»i*at 

RANOI 

caoua 

HUI.BH 


EXPENJilUKES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




AND EMPLOYEES 


ACTUAL ESTIMATED 
EIGHTY-NINTH NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR FISCAL YEAR 

1937-36 1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




8STH 1 90TH j 91ST | 920 


1940-41 



19 19 19 19 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$ 9k kk9 00 $ 96 250 00 

531 03 llOO 00 

1 526 37 1 550 00 

2 lli9 51 1 900 00 



$ 98 k55 91 



$100 100 00 

98 lt55 91 
$198 555 91 



$ 97 030 00 $ 97 150 00 

700 00 700 00 

1 700 00 1 700 00 

k koo 00 2 500 00 



$103 830 00 



$102 050 00 
105 850 00 

$205 880 00 



19 19 17 17 

- _- _2 _2 

19 19 19 19 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Justice 

Legal Research Secretary 
Secretary 

Secretary (half time) 
Clerk 

Deputy Clerk 
Phonographic Reporter 
Bailiff 
Porter 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 
Legal Research Secretary 

Totals, Salaries and Wage3 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Library 

Totals, Equipment 



Ex 


$ 58 199 00 


$ 60 000 00 


$ 60 000 00 


$ 60 000 00 


Ex 


3 000 00 


3 000 00 


3 000 00 


3 000 00 


Ex 


10 800 00 


10 800 00 


5 koo 00 


5 koo 00 


Ex 


1 350 00 


1 350 00 


1 350 00 


1 350 00 


Ex 


k 000 00 
6 000 00 


k 000 00 
6 000 00 


k 000 00 

6 000 00 


k 000 00 
6 000 00 


Ex 


Ex 


7 200 00 


7 200 00 


7 200 00 


7 200 00 


Ex 


2 kOO 00 


2 kOO 00 


2 kOO 00 


2 kOO 00 


Ex 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 




- 


- 


180 00 

$ 91 030 00 


300 00 




$ 91; lite 00 


$ 96 250 00 


$ 91 150 00 


Ex 


_ 


_ 


6 000 00 
$ 97 030 00 


6 000 00 




$ 9I4. lite 00 


$ 96 250 00 


$ 97 150 00 




% M 


$ 200 00 


$ 300 00 

koo 00 


$ 300 00 

koo 00 




200 00 



331 03 $ koo 00 $ 700 00 $ 



700 00 



555 55 

852 si 
120 00 


$ 


kOO 00 
1 000 00 

150 00 


$ 


500 00 

1 000 00 
200 00 


$ 


500 00 

1 000 00 
200 00 


1 526 37 


$ 


1 550 00 


$ 


1 700 00 


$ 


1 700 00 


262 20 
1 887 31 


$ 


300 00 

1 600 00 


$ 


1 000 00 

3 kOO 00 


$ 


500 00 

2 000 00 


2 lli9 51 


$ 


1 900 00 


$ 


k kOO 00 


$ 


2 500 00 



Office at Los Angeles 



Page 14 



JUDICIAL 

DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT - Continued 
REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 



Fees 

Reversion of unclaimed deposits 

Totals, Revenues 
Totals for biennium 



$ 2 9&k 85 
957 50 



$ 3 015 oo $ 5 015 oo $ 5 015 00 



$ 3 902 55 $ 



$ 6 917 55 



5 015 00 $ 5 015 00 
5 902 55 



3 015 00 

5 015 00 

6 050 00 



JUDICIAL 



Page 15 



DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, THIRD APPELLATE DISTRICT 
SUMMARY 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE ( + 1 




AND ESTIMATED 
1937-1939 BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 

1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE 1 — 1 




89TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 9ZD 


FROM 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 



EXPENDITURES 
Support 



$107 51*9 85 $107 830 00 $ +280 15 



REVENUES 
Fees 



$ 2 022 50 $ 2 022 00 $ 



-50 







EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 










NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




huit 

SAHOI 

caour 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89Th|90Th| 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 



10 10 10 10 



Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



I 1*9 81;0 00 
1*51*62 

836 67 

2 596 56 


$ 1*9 885 00 
5L5 00 

1 063 00 

2 329 00 


$ 50 005 00 

500 00 

950 00 

2 Hoo 00 


$ 50 125 00 
500 00 
950 00 

2 &00 00 


1 55 727 85 


$ 53 822 00 
53 727 85 


$ 53 855 00 


$ 53 975 oc 
53 855 00 




$107 51*9 85 




$107 830 00 



10 10 10 10 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

ADMINISTRATION 

SAURIES AND WAGES 
Justice 
Clerk 

Deputy Clerk 
Secretary 

Phonographic Reporter 
Bailiff -Librarian 
Janitor 

Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Library 

Totals, Equipment 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
E>: 
Ex 



$ 30 000 00 



000 00 
000 00 
liOO 00 
600 00 
1|00 00 
1|1*0 00 



$ 30 000 00 

k 000 00 

3 000 00 

5 too 00 

3 600 00 

2 J4.OO 00 

1 1*1*0 00 

1*5 00 



30 000 00 

k 000 00 

000 00 

too 00 

600 00 

liOO 00 

IU4.0 00 

1l5 00 

120 00 



$ 30 000 00 
1* 000 00 

3 000 00 



iiOO 00 
600 00 
liOO 00 

bho 00 
1*5 00 

2l*0 00 



$ k9 81*o 00 $ k9 885 00 $ 50 005 00 $ 50 125 00 



238 31 

216 51 



3l*5 00 

200 00 



300 00 

200 00 



300 00 

200 00 



$ 1*51* 62 $ 51*5 00 $ 500 00 $ 500 00 



$ 


512 75 
283 92 

21*0 00 


$ 


1*87 00 

316 00 

260 00 


$ 


Jj.00 00 

300 00 

250 00 


$ 


1;00 00 

300 00 
250 00 


$ 


836 67 


$ 


1 063 00 


$ 


950 00 


$ 


950 00 


$ 


21*5 50 
2 353 26 

2 596 56 


$ 


129 00 

2 200 00 


$ 
$ 


200 00 
2 200 00 

2 1*00 00 


$ 
$ 


200 00 

2 200 00 


$ 


$ 


2 329 00 


2 1*00 00 



Office at Sacramento 



Page 16 



JUDICIAL 
DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, THIRD APPELLATE DISTRICT - Continued 

REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE GENERAL FUHD 



Fees 

Totals for biennium 



$ 1 Oil 50 $ 



1 Oil 00 

I Oil 50 



$ 2 022 50 



$ 1 Oil 00 $ 1 Oil 00 

I Oil 00 

$ 2 022 00 



JUDICIAL 

DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, FOURTH APPELLATE DISTRICT 

SUMMARY 



Page 17 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE ( + ) 




AND ESTIMATED 
1937-1939 BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE ( — 1 




89TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 92D 






FISCAL TEARS 


FISCAL TEARS 


1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 



EXPENDITURES 
Support 



$lk2 986 39 $lk9 975 00 $ +6 988 61 



REVENUES 
Fees 



$ 2 110 kO $ 2 207 00 $ +96 60 







EXPENDITURES FOR 


SUPPORT 










NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




nun 

onUF 
■alia 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL TEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



11 11 11 11 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



52 kkk 05 $ k8 255 00 

J62 6j k50 00 

18 872 15 19 860 00 

1 192 56 1 550 00 



$ 72 871 59 $ 



70 115 00 
72 871 59 



$lk2 986 59 



52 



15 00 $ 52 960 00 

.50 00 foo 00 

20 050 00 20 050 00 

1 550 00 1 550 00 



$ 75 010 00 
7k 965 00 



$ 7k 965 00 



$ik9 975 00 



11 11 11 11- 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Justice 
Secretary 
Clerk 

Deputy Clerk 
Phonographic Reporter 
Mechanical Handyman (part salary) 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Light, heat and power 
Rent 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Library 

Totals, Equipment 



Ex 


$ 29 kkk 05 


$ 25 000 


00 


$ 30 000 


00 


$ 30 000 


00 


Ex 


5 koo 00 
k 000 00 


5 koo 
k 000 


00 


5 koo 
k 000 


00 


5 koo 
k 000 


00 


Ex 


00 


00 


oc 


fix 


9 000 00 


9 000 


00 


9 000 


00 


9 000 


00 


Kx 


5 600 00 


3 600 


00 


3 600 


00 


3 600 


00 


7 


800 00 


855 


00 


900 


00 


900 


00 




200 00 


koo 


00 


_ 




- 




- 


- 


_ 




15 
$ 52 915 


00 
00 


60 
$ 52 960 


00 




$ 52 kkk 05 


$ k8 255 


00 


00 




$ 562 63 


$ 250 


00 


$ 250 


00 


$ 250 


00 




- 


200 


00 


200 


00 


200 


00 



t 362 63 $ k50 00 $ k50 00 $ k50 00 



$ 263 69 

7 592 k8 

201 k9 

155 00 

159 k9 

10 500 00 


$ 200 00 

8 500 00 

210 00 

200 00 

250 00 
10 500 00 


$ 225 00 

8 700 00 

225 00 

200 00 
200 00 

10 500 00 


* 


225 00 

8 700 00 

225 00 

200 00 
200 00 

10 500 00 


$ 18 872 15 


$ 19 860 00 


$ 20 050 00 


$ 20 050 00 


$ 12 05 

1 180 51 


$ 50 00 
1 500 00 


$ 50 00 
1 500 00 


* 


50 00 

1 500 00 


$ 1 192 56 


t 1 550 00 


$ 1 550 00 


$ 


1 550 00 



Office at San Bernardino 
Sessions also held at Fresno and San Diego 



Page 18 



JUDICIAL 

DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, FOURTH APPELLATE DISTRICT - Continued 

REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 



Fees 

Totals for biennium 



$ 903 ko $ 



1 207 00 
90? ko 



$ 2 110 kO 



$ 1 155 00 $ 



1 052 00 

1 155 00 



$ 2 207 00 



JUDICIAL 
CONTRIBUTIONS TO JUDGES' RETIREMENT FUND 



Page 19 



SUMMARY 










ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE l + l 




AND ESTIMATED 
1U37-1939 BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE ( — 1 




60TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 92D 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 

State's contribution to Judges' Retirement Fund: 
2-1/2$ of salaries of Supreme, Appellate 
and Superior Court judges 

d charge prescribed by Chapter 771. 
Statutes of 1957) 



$ 70 n25 00 $ 70 988 00 $ +565 00 



Page 20 



EXECUTIVE 

GOVERNOR 
SUMMARY 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE ( + ) 




AND ESTIMATED 
1937-1939 BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE ( — ) 




89TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 92D 


FROM 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 

Support 

Other Current Expenses: 

Support of Governor 1 s Residence 
Special Secret Service Expenses 

Totals, Other Current Expenses 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$106 700 oo $150 000 00 $+23 300 00 



10 000 00 

IlIj 668 0? 



12 500 00 
5 000 00 



+2 500 00 
-39 668 03 



$ % 668 03 $ 17 300 00 $-37 168 03 
$161 368 03 $lltf 500 00 $-13 868 03 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



Cftoup 

NUMBER 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



13 13 18 18 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



la 100 00 
3 500 00 
8 750 00 



$ 53 350 00 



111 100 00 

3 500 00 
8 750 00 



$ 53 350 00 
53 ?5Q 00 

$106 700 00 



I18 500 00 $ I4B 500 00 
6 500 00 6 500 00 

10 000 00 10 000 00 



65 000 00 $ 65 000 00 
65 000 00 

$130 000 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 











SALARIES AND WAGES 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Governor 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Private Secretary 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Executive Secretary 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Assistant Secretary 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Stenographer-Reporter 


b 


5 


5 


■? 


Stenographer-Clerk 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Telephone Operator-Clerk 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Chauffeur 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Messenger 



13 13 I? 15 Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 
--55 Stenographer-Clerk 

13 13 18 18 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 

Postage, traveling and contingent expenses 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 



Ex 



10 000 00 

5 000 00 

5 000 00 

5 000 00 

2 IlOO 00 

7 Eoo 00 

2 li.00 00 

2 500 00 

1 500 00 



2 000 00 

1 500 00 

3 500 00 

8 750 00 



10 000 00 

5 000 00 



000 00 

000 00 

IlOO 00 

lioo 00 

400 00 

1+00 00 



1 500 00 



10 000 00 

5 000 00 
5 000 00 



000 00 

IlOO 00 

5oo 00 

lioo 00 

lioo 00 

500 00 



$ 10 000 00 



000 00 
000 00 
000 00 

lioo 00 
lioo 00 
lioo 00 
lioo 00 
500 00 



$ 111 100 00 $ la 100 00 $ la 100 00 $ la 100 00 



7 liCO 00 



7 lioo 00 



la 100 00 $ la 100 00 $ I18 500 00 $ I18 500 00 



2 000 00 

1 500 00 

3 500 00 

8 750 00 



ll 000 00 
2 500 00 



ll 000 00 
2 500 00 



$ 6 500 00 $ 6 500 00 

$ 10 000 00 $ 10 000 -00 



Office at Sacramento 



EXECUTIVE 

GOVERNOR - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR OTHER CURRENT EXPENSES 



Page 21 



ACTUAL AND ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 

EIGHTY-NINTH AND 

NINETIETH FISCAL YEARS 

1937-1939 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 

NINETY-FIRST AND 

NINETY SECOND FISCAL YEARS 

1939-1941 



DETAIL 



TOTAL 



DETAIL 



TOTAL 



Maintenance and supDort of Governor's residence 
Special secret service expenses 

Totals, Other Current Expenses 



$ 10 000 00 
hk 668 0? 



t 12 500 00 
5 000 00 



$ 51; 668 05 



$ 17 500 00 



Page 22 



EXECUTIVE 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

SUMMARY 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCRFASE ( + ) 




AND ESTIMATED 
1037-1939 BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-19AI BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE ( — 1 




89TH AND 90TH 


9IST AND 92D 


FROM 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 



EXPENDITURES 
Support 



$ 12 2i23 



13 100 00 



+676 12 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




3*L*RT 
PANBE 
GPOIIP 
HUE'BER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


MINETY-SFCONO 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH 1 90TH 1 91ST 1 92D 


19/TO-4I 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies' 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$ 5 



800 00 

11(1 

381l 26 
1? 21 



$ 6 198 88 $ 



5 800 00 

25 00 

I4.00 00 



6 225 00 

6 198 88 



$ 12 1l2? 88 



5 800 00 

25 00 

725 00 



6 550 00 $ 



5 800 00 

25 00 

725 00 



6 550 00 
_6_5_5_p_00 

$ 15 100 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Lieutenant Governor 
1111 Secretary 

2 2 2 2 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 



Ex 
Ex 



k 000 00 & k 000 00 
1 800 00 1 800 00 



$ 5 800 00 $ 5 



00 



$ 196 27 $ 
95 75 

?2 2i 
60 00 



200 00 
100 00 

50 00 
50 00 



ll 000 00 
1 800 00 



1 la $ 25 00 $ 



£ k 000 00 

1 800 00 



5 800 00 $ 5 800 00 



25 00 $ 



300 00 
250 00 

100 00 
75 00 



25 00 



500 00 
250 00 

100 00 

j5_oo 



381l 26 & lioo 00 $ 725 00 £ 725 00 



13 21 



Office at Sacramento 



ADMINISTRATIVE 
ATTORNEY GI 
SUMMARY 



Page 23 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE 1 + ) 




AND ESTIMATED 
1937-1939 BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE 1 — 1 




89TM AND 90TH 


91ST AND 92D 


FROM 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1937H939 



GENERAL FUND 



EXPENDITURES 
Support: 
Administration 
Investigation 
Special Litigations 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$529 781 hi 
b5 779 50 



$570 060 00 
100 000 00 

20 000 00 



$+ko 278 55 

+5k 220 50 

+20 000 00 



$575 560 97 $J#0 060 00 +$111; 1;99 05 



The Attorney General is the chief attorney and law officer of the State. 
It is his duty to see that all the laws of the State are enforced, to directly 
supervise district attorneys and other enforcement officers and require from 
them written reports concerning criminal matters. He is empowered to prosecute, 
with district attorney powers, violations within superior court jurisdictions, 
to assist district attorneys when required to do so by the Governor or in the 
interest of the public. It is his duty, as the State's attorney, to attend the 
Supreme Court and prosecute or defend all cases to which the State is a party, 
and to institute suits in behalf of the State. 



Main office at San Francisco 



Page 24 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

ATTORNEY GENERAL - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
MUHBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 9IST | 9ZD 


1940-41 



69 69 71 71 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 

Equipment 

TOTALS 

Less abatements for legal services to 
special fund agencies 

NET TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENHTUH FOR SUPPORT 



$197 680 83 

12 418 IB 

28 076 90 

It 058 06 

$242 233 97 

-66 400 00 

$175 833 97 



$228 767 00 
12 0l6 00 
30 600 00 

7 444 00 

$278 827 00 

-79 100 00 

$199 727 00 
175 855 97 

$375 560 97 



$239 920 00 
15 610 00 
61 365 00 

7 b90 00 
$324 585 00 

-79 100 00 
$245 485 00 



$21(1 360 00 

15 610 00 

61 0k5 00 

5 bbO 00 

$325 675 00 

-79 100 00 

$244 575 00 

21(5 485 00 

$1(90 060 00 



1 
1 

1 

33 

1 
1 

21 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



1 
1 
1 

34 
1 
1 

21 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



1 
1 
1 

3k 
1 
1 

21 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



624. 65 65 65 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Attorney General 
Assistant Attorney General 
Chief Deputy Attorney General 
Deputy Attorney General 
Supervising Clerk, Grade 1 
Secretary 

Senior Legal Stenographer 
Senior Information Clerk 
Law Clerk 

Confidential Law Secretary 
Bookkeeper, Grade 1 
Service Agent 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 
Costs of suit 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Library 
Costs of suit 
Repairs and improvements 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Library 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 
Less abatements for legal services to 
special fund agencies 

NET TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 

Ex 

13 
11 
10 
9 
9 
Ex 
10 
Ex 



$ 11 000 00 

5 000 00 
5 000 00 
Hi 815 33 
2 400 00 
2 100 00 
38 060 00 



800 00 

61(7 26 

olio 00 

100 00 

080 00 

618 25 



$ 11 000 00 

5 000 00 

5 000 00 

133 707 00 

2 520 00 

2 280 00 

kk 280 00 



01(0 00 

920 00 
920 00 

280 00 
500 00 

000 00 



$ 11 000 00 

5 000 00 
5 000 00 

135 100 00 
2 520 00 
2 280 00 

kk 280 00 



01(0 00 

920 00 
920 00 
280 00 
500 00 

000 00 

760 00 



$ 11 000 00 

5 000 00 

5 000 00 

155 100 00 

2 520 00 

2 280 00 

kk 280 00 



oIlo 00 
920 00 
920 00 

280 00 

500 00 

000 00 
200 00 



$187 660 Si(. 


$211( 1(1(7 00 


$219 600 00 


$221 01(0 00 


$ 1 161l 37 

9 897 1(8 

650 91 

io 11 


$ 1 660 00 

8 200 00 
716 00 


$ 1 800 00 

11 300 00 
760 00 


$ 1 800 00 

11 300 00 
760 00 


$ 11 752 87 


$ 10 576 00 


$ 13 860 00 


$ 13 860 00 


$ 1 581 62 

7 306 11 

6 116 05 

2 1(21 99 

315 69 

179 22 

I83 83 

2 72i 07 

46 80 


$ 1 600 00 

7 800 00 
5 865 00 

2 500 00 
1(00 00 
200 00 

185 00 

2 000 00 

50 00 


$ 1 750 00 
8 1(00 00 
6 500 00 

2 700 00 
1|25 00 
215 00 
185 00 

3 000 00 

1 550 00 


$ 1 750 00 
8 ioo 00 
6 500 00 

2 700 00 

575 00 
215 00 
185 00 

3 000 00 

50 00 


$ 20 875 38 


$ 20 600 00 


$ 2k 725 00 


$ 23 375 00 


$ 772 94 
3 052 kk 


$ 1 05k 00 

1(90 00 
k 000 00 


$ 1 1(00 00 
1 000 00 

k 000 00 


$ 400 00 

1 000 00 

4 000 00 


$ 3 825 38 


$ 5 544 00 
$251 167 00 


$ 6 1(00 00 
$261( 585 00 


$ ^ 400 00 


$224 lli; 47 


$263 675 00 


-66 liOO 00 


-79 100 00 


-79 100 00 


-79 100 00 


$157 7U; 1(7 


$172 067 00 

157 714 kl 


$185 485 00 


$184 575 00 
185 4°5 00 



$329 781 47 



$370 060 00 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



Page 25 



ATTORNEY GENERAL - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



8STH 90TH 9IS7 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-36 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



5 k k h 



INVESTIGATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Special Agent 
5 3 5 5 Investigator 
1 Stenographer 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 
2 2 Investigator 

5 li 6 6 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Automobile 
Secret investigation 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Automobile . 
Secret investigation 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Secret investigation 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, INVESTIGATION 



TOTALS FOR BLENNIUM 



Ex $ 

Ex 
Ex 


5 600 oo 
5 991; 99 

to oo 

10 019 99 


$ h 000 
10 520 


00 
00 


$ 1; 000 

10 520 


00 
00 


$ li 

10 


000 00 

520 00 


$ 


$ lli 520 


00 


$ llj 520 


00 


$ lli 520 00 










6 000 

$ 20 520 


00 
00 


6 
$ 20 


000 00 


$ 10 019 99 


$ lli 520 


00 


520 00 


$ 


26 27 


$ ,55 

1 1;00 

5 

$ 1 kkO 


00 
00 
00 

00 


$ 50 
1 675 

25 

$ 1 750 


50 

00 

00 

00 


$ 

1 

$ 1 


50 00 

675 00 

25 00 


$ 


665 51 


750 00 


$ 


5 596 80 

2 k9 

1;75 11 

5 529 12 


$ li 200 00 

50 00 

970 00 

k 800 00 


$ 5 600 

ho 

1 000 
20 000 


00 
00 
00 
00 


i 5 

1 

21 


600 00 

liO 00 

050 00 

000 00 


$ 


7 201 52 


$ 10 000 00 


$ 26 6I4.O 00 


$ 27 


670 00 


$ 


77 25 

153 25 

22 20 

252 68 


$ 50 00 

1 800 00 

50 00 
$ 1 900 00 


$ 50 

1 200 

40 

$ 1 290 


00 
00 
00 

00 


$ 
$ 


50 00 

210 00 


$ 


260 00 


$ 18 119 50 


$ 27 660 00 
18 119 50 


$ 50 000 


00 


$ 50 
50 


000 00 
000 00 






$ 1|5 779 50 






$100 000 00 



SPECIAL LITIGATIONS 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 

Reserve for contingencies 



$ 10 000 00 $ 10 000 00 
10 000 00 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 20 000 00 



Page 26 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE CONTROLLER 

SUMMARY 






ACTUAL AND 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASED) 




ESTIMATED 


AND PROPOSED 


OR 




1957-1959 


1959-191U 


DECREASE(-) 




BIENNIUM 


BIENNIUM 


FROM 




89TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 92D 






FISCAL TEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1957-1959 



GENERAL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support: 
Administration 
Franchise Tax Division 
Redemption Tax Division 
Accounting Division 
Inheritance Tax Division 
Warrant Division 
Tax Collection Division 

Totals, Support 

Other Current Expenses: 
Legal Opinions 
Refunds of Tax Deeded Property Rentals 

Totals, Other Current Expenses 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



i 85 690 61 

855 00 

15 81 

85 624 44 

177 795 66 

166 502 60 

98 588 78 


$ 


102 510 00 
121 655 00 

251 675 00 
217 765 00 
.110 520 00 


$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 
$ 


+16 619 59 

-855 00 

-15 81 

+56 010 56 

+55 881 }k 

+51 262 1(0 
+11 751 22 


> 615 070 90 

i 10 500 00 

556 55 


$ 
$ 
$ 


785 705 00 

12 000 00 


+168 654 10 

+1 700 00 
-556 55 


i 10 656 55 


12 000 00 


+1 5I15 1(5 


1 625 727 1(5 


$ 


795 705 00 


+169 977 55 



REVENUES 
Taxes: 

Inheritance Tax 

Gross Receipts Taxes on Public Utility Companies 
(delinquent taxes and penalties) 

Totals, Taxes 

Other Sources: 

Rentals of Tax Deeded Property (transferred from 
Tax Deeded Land Rental Fund) 

TOTAL REVENUES 



$18 559 524 55 $18 000 000 00 $ -559 524 55 

150 000 00 50 000 00 -120 000 00 

$18 1(89 52l( 55 $18 050 000 00 $ -1(59 521). 55 



74 810 55 
$18 564 554 88 



►18 595 47 



95 404 00 
125 4o4 00 $ -440 950 



The State Controller, a constitutional officer, maintains the State's 
chief accounting and disbursing office. The controller is responsible for 
authorizing disbursement of all State moneys and for the collection of all 
moneys due the State. It is his responsibility that payments be made in 
accordance with law and that moneys due the State he paid into the State 
Treasury. The State Controller supervises the assessment and collection of 
the State inheritance taxes and collects motor vehicle fuel taxes, petroleum 
and gas assessments, motor transportation license taxes and the beverage 
taxes. He refunds motor vehicle fuel taxes, where fuel is used for purposes 
other than highway use, suspends and revives corporations under the Bank and 
Corporation Franchise Tax Act and leases lands deeded to the State for non- 
payment of taxes. He is an ex officio member of the State Board of Equalization, 
the State Board of Control, the State Personnel Board, the California Toll 
Bridge Authority and a number of bond finance boards. 



Office at Sacramento 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE CONTROLLER - Continued 

SUMMARY 



Page 27 





ACTUAL AND 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE^) 




ESTIMATED 


OPOSED 


OR 




1957-1959 


1959-191U 


DECREASE(-) 




BIENNIUM 




FROM 




89TH AND 90TH 


QlS'i AND 92D 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1957-1959 



MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 

Support - Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Refund Division 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$ 97 656 57 
2 651 71 



$117 190 00 

. 02 00 



$+19 555 65 
+770 29 



$100 288 08 $120 592 00 $+20 505 92 



TAX DEEDED LAND RENTAL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 

Support - Redemption Tax Division 

Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$ 62 778 89 
1 119 ll5 



$111; 500 00 
5 296 00 



$+51 521 11 
+2 176 57 



$ 65 898 52 $117 596 00 $+5-5 697 68 



REVENUES 
Rentals of Tax Deeded Property 
Less Transfers to General Fund 

NET TOTAL REVENUES 



$ll;5 708 78 
7k 810 55 



$211 000 00 
95 l;0l; 00 



$+67 291 22 
♦13 595 14-7 



$ 68 898 25 $117 596 00 $+l;8 697 75 



GRAND TOTALS, ALL FUNDS 



EXPENDITURES 
REVENUES 



789 915 85 $ 1 055 895 00 +$214.5 979 15 

655 255 15 $18 2la 000 00 -$592 255 15 



Page 28 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



STATE CONTROLLER - Continued 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 





EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


BALART 


ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 


GHUP 
NUMBEX 


EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



155 H4.5 160 165 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$250 813 76 $267 775 00 

20 931 57 21l 1l75 00 

29 o61l ko 31 095 00 

5 oki 17 5 875 00 



$285 850 90 



$329 220 00 

285 850 90 
$615 070 90 



$312 190 00 $331; 050 00 

22 000 00 25 800 00 

37 Ij20 00 37 720 00 

10 520 00 k 005 00 



$382 130 00 



$1(01 575 00 
582 150 00 

$783 705 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 



15 16 16 16 

j- j- 1 1 
15 16 17 17 



ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Controller 
Deputy Controller 
Deputy Controller 
Confidential Secretary 
Financial Data Compiler 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Senior Messenger 
Senior File Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate File Clerk 
Junior Clerk 
Janitor 
Porter 

Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new position: 
Telephone Operator and Information Clerk 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
Less abatements 

Net Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Offioe 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 
Bond premiums 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



Ex 

27 
Ex 
Ex 

15 
10 

5 



000 00 
550 00 

76ll 52 
koo 00 
860 00 
560 00 

237 67 

380 00 
831 50 
720 00 

2 730 00 

1 140 00 
51+8 73 



5 000 00 

1; 800 00 

1 750 00 
3 135 00 

2 520 00 

980 00 
680 00 
680 00 
500 00 
260 00 
880 00 
9ko 00 

200 00 
200 00 



000 00 
800 00 
000 00 

180 00 
520 00 
OkO 00 
680 00 
680 00 
560 00 
320 00 
880 00 
3 000 00 

1 200 00 
200 00 

1 565 00 



5 000 00 

k 800 00 

3 000 00 

3 180 00 

2 520 00 
OkO 00 
680 00 
680 00 
560 00 
320 00 
880 00 

3 000 00 

-1 200 00 

200 00 

5 105 00 



$ 27 722 k2 $ 32 525 00 $ 35 1j25 00 $ 37 165 00 



$ 27 722 k2 
-kkO Ok 



$ 32 525 00 
-500 00 



1 200 00 

$ 36 625 00 
-5ko 00 



1 520 00 

$ 58 k85 00 
-580 00 



$ 27 282 38 


$ 32 025 00 


$ 36 085 


00 


$ 37 905 00 


$ 2 593 26 


$ 


2 600 00 

6 000 00 

900 00 


$ 


2 600 00 
2 500 00 

900 00 


* 


2 600 00 

6 000 00 

900 00 


$ 5 9l;o 36 


$ 


9 500 00 


$ 


6 000 


00 


$ 


9 500 00 


$ 832 01 
1 100 80 

725 5? 

1 165 26 

687 05 

315 00 


$ 


800 00 
1 000 00 

800 00 
1 200 00 

700 00 

300 00 


$ 


800 

1 050 
750 

1 250 
750 

300 


00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 


$ 


800 00 

1 050 00 
750 00 

1 250 00 
750 00 
350 00 


$ k 825 71 


$ 


k 800 00 


$ 


k 900 


00 


$ 


k 950 00 


$ 791 ¥> 

20 70 


$ 

$ 

i 


505 00 


$ 

$ 
$ 


k20 
2 300 

2 720 


00 
00 

00 


$ 

$ 
$ 


250 00 


$ 812 16 


505 00 


250 00 


$ 38 860 61 


I46 830 00 

38 860 61 


k9 705 


00 


52 605 00 
49 705 00 




$ 85 690 61 








$102 310 00 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



Page 29 



STATE CONTROLLER - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EICHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 
FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



FRANCHISE TAX DIVISION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Temporary help 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 855 00 t 



855 00 
$ 855 00 



REDEMPTION TAX DIVISION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Temporary help 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



15 81 $ 



15 81 
15 81 



20 22 22 22 



20 22 25 25 



ACCOUNTING DIVISION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Chief Accounting Officer 

Senior Account Clerk 

Semi-Senior Accountant 

Bookkeeper 

Bookkeeping Machine Operator 

Senior Typist-Clerk 

Key Punch Operator 

Auditor, Grade 2 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

Junior Clerk 

Revenue Certification Clerk 

Bookkeeper, Grade 2 

Senior Accountant 

Junior Accountant 

Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 
Semi-Senior Accountant 
Bookkeeper, Grade 2 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, ACCOUNTING DIVISION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



25 


$ 


3 81i5 00 


$ 


3 990 


00 


$ 


k 080 


00 


$ 


k 080 00 


10 




6 120 00 




7 710 


00 




7 920 


00 




7 920 00 


1=5 




2 075 00 




2 160 


00 




2 160 


00 




2 160 00 


16 




2 1$0 00 




2 670 


00 




2 760 


00 




2 76O 00 


fa 




5 o6o oo 




3 300 


00 




5 560 


00 




3 360 00 


I 




1 860 00 




1 980 


00 




2 OliO 


00 




2 0l|0 00 




It 520 00 




k 860 


00 




k 920 


00 




k 920 00 


^ 




1 075 87 

2 637 9k 




2 280 00 




2 280 00 




2 280 00 






2 9¥> 
960 


00 




5 000 


00 




3 000 00 


2 




771 91; 




00 




960 


00 




960 00 


It 




2 005 67 




2 160 


00 




2 160 


00 




2 160 00 


1=5 




2 100 00 




2 220 


00 




2 280 00 




2 280 00 


18 




. 




1 960 


00 




2 9I4-O 


00 




2 9]l0 00 


10 




- 




1 200 


00 




1 800 


00 




1 800 00 


- 




370 15 




300 


00 




- 






300 00 


- 


% 


- 


$ 


- 




1 590 
$ kk 250 


00 
00 


% 


k 050 00 




32 725 57 


Ilo 690 


00 


il7 010 00 


15 




. 










2 160 


00 




2 280 00 


15 




- 




- 






2 160 


00 




2 280 00 


b 


% 


- 


$ 


- 




1 320 
% 1|9 890 


00 
00 


$ 


1 ](ll.0 00 




32 725 57 


Uo 690 


00 


55 010 00 




% 


957 08 


$ 


1 000 


00 


$ 


1 000 


00 


$ 


1 000 00 






856 1l2 




900 00 




900 


00 




900 00 




% 


1 815 50 


% 


1 900 


00 


$ 


1 900 


00 


$ 


1 900 00 




$ 


2 866 05 


% 


k 600 


00 


$ 


2 900 

3 000 


00 

00 


$ 


2 900 00 

3 000 00 






153 20 




150 


00 




150 


00 




150 00 






163 55 




170 


00 




170 


00 




170 00 




$ 


5 182 78 


i 


I1920 


00 


$ 


6 220 


00 


$ 


6 220 00 




t 


52 59 


$_ 


5jjfi 


00 


$ 


2 070 


00 


i 


k25 00 




$ 57 77lt Ilk 


% hi 850 


00 


$ 60 080 00 


$ 61 555 00 










37 mkk 










60 080 00 








* 85 62^ kh 








$121 635 00 



Page 30 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE CONTROLLER - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




RAHCE 
GROIIR 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89Th|90Th| 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



52 3k 3k 3k 



32 3k ko ko 



INHERITANCE TAX DIVISION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Inheritance Tax Attorney 

Deputy Inheritance Tax Attorney 

Assistant Deputy Inheritance Tax Attorney 

Inheritance Tax Accountant-Attorney 

Inheritance Tax Investigator 

Senior Legal Stenographer 

Senior Account Clerk 

Intermediate Legal Stenographer 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

Intermediate Typist-Clerk 

Intermediate File Clerk 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

Junior Clerk 

Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 
Senior Legal Stenographer 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk 
Intermediate File Clerk 
Senior Account Clerk 
Inheritance Tax Investigator 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 
Rent 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, INHERITANCE TAX DIVISION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



27 


$ k joo oo 


$ 


1; 800 


00 


$ 


1; 800 00 


$ k 800 00 


2"! 


li 990 oo 




12 J+80 


00 




12 k80 00 


12 k.80 00 


lb 


19 7b5 oo 

3 600 00 




22 395 
3 8fco 


00 




24 600 00 


2k 600 00 


22 




00 




5 8ko 00 


3 8k0 00 


SI 


1 800 00 




1 920 


00 




1 920 00 


1 920 00 


10 


12 619 Oli 




Uj. 520 


00 




15 720 00 


15 720 00 


10 

6 


3 508 75 
k 225 27 




ik\o 


00 
00 




5 720 00 
k 560 00 


3 720 00 
k 560 00 


6 


2 507 11 




2 910 


00 




5 000 00 


3 000 00 


3 


2 639 10 




2 820 


00 




2 880 00 


2 880 00 


I 


1 520 00 




1 380 


00 




1 IlIlO 00 


1 kkO 00 


1 081 31 




1 no 


00 




1 140 00 


1 iko 00 


2 


960 28 




1 005 


00 




1 020 00 


1 020 00 


- 


- 


$ 


- 




3 870 00 

$ 8k 990 00 


8 k90 00 




$ 70 135 86 


77 200 


00 


$ 89 610 00 


10 












1 boo 00 


1 920 00 


3 


- 




- 






1 200 00 


1 320 00 


■5 


- 




~ 






1 200 00 


1 320 00 


10 


_ 




- 






1 800 00 


1 920 00 


10 


- 


$ 


- 




3 600 00 

$ 91l 590 00 


3 Sko 00 




$ 70 135 86 


77 200 


00 


$ 99 930 00 




$ 6k5 38 


$ 


700 


00 


$ 


750 00 


$ 750 00 




2 679 06 




2 500 


00 




2 500 00 


2 500 00 




16 ij.0 

$ 3 3k0 8iL 


.$ 


25 

5 225 


00 
00 


$ 


- 


- 




5 250 00 


$ 3 250 00 




$ 1 li77 37 


$ 


1 500 00 


$ 


1 500 00 


$ 1 500 00 




1 30k 79 

2 696 73 

1 236 86 
5k5 15 

2 IlOO 00 




1 500 


00 




5 700 00 
2 600 00 


5 700 00 

2 600 00 






2 600 


00 








1 200 


00 




1 200 00 


1 200 00 






500 

2 Eoo 


00 




550 00 


550 00 






00 




2 boo 00 


2 bOO 00 




$ 9 858 90 


$ 


9 700 


00 


$ 


lit 550 00 


$ ik 350 00 




$ 1 869 51 


$ 


1 150 


00 


$ 


1 I4.75 00 


$ k80 00 




555 55 
$ 2 k05 06 


$ 


800 

1 950 
92 055 


00 
00 
00 




- 


- 




1 I175 00 


$ k80 00 




$ 85 758 66 


13 665 00 


$118 010 00 








85 758 


66 






113 665 00 






$177 795 66 






$231 675 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


7 


7 


7 


7 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


9 


9 


9 


9 



WARRANT DIVISION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Deputy Controller 
Supervisor of Disbursements 
Supervising Claim Auditor 
Senior Claim Auditor 
Supervising Typist-Clerk, Grade 1 
Intermediate Account Clerk 
Supervising Bookkeeping Machine Operator 
Bookkeeping Machine Operator 



11 


$ k 135 00 


$ k 800 00 


$ k 800 00 


$ k boo 00 


2 kOO 00 


2 670 00 

2 5bo 00 


2 76O 00 


2 760 00 


16 


2 280 00 


2 580 00 


2 5bo 00 


12 


12 120 00 


ik 2bo 00 


U| 2b0 00 


ik 2b0 00 


12 


1 920 00 


2 100 00 


2 160 00 


2 160 00 


6 


1 320 00 


1 500 00 


1 560 00 


1 560 00 


10 


1 k20 00 


1 boo 00 


1 boo 00 


1 boo 00 


6 


11 k28 22 


12 870 00 


13 200 00 


13 200 00 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE CONTROLLER - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 31 



h 


h 


k 


k 


i 


i 


1 


) 


1 


i 


1 


1 


7 


ii 


11 


11 


5 


■> 


5 


5 


1 


i 


1 


1 


5 


6 


6 


6 


2 


2 


2 


2 



1(6 51 51 51 



1(6 51 56 59 



WARRANT DIVISION 

SALARIES AND WAGES - Continued 
Intermediate Clerk 
Intermediate File Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Typist -Clerk 
Junior Typist-Clerk 
Junior Messenger 
Adding Machine Operator 
Junior Clerk 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing EmDloyments 

Proposed new positions: 

Bookkeeping Machine Operator 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk 
Adding Machine Operator 
Junior Clerk 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, WARRANT DIVISION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNTUM 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
E1GHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

IS 3 9-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



5 371 ia 
1 kho oo 

1 520 oo 

9 267 53 

2 886 00 
8jl 87 

1(788 57 
1 697 58 



5 880 00 
1 620 00 
1 500 00 
15 965 00 
3 030 00 
735 00 
5 9k0 00 
1 920 00 



6 120 00 
1 680 00 
1 560 00 
111 6k0 00 
3 060 00 
8ko 00 
6 1(80 00 
1 920 00 

3 355 00 



120 00 

1 680 00 

1 560 00 

111 6k0 00 

3 060 00 

8k0 00 

6 k8o 00 
1 920 00 
9 015 00 



$ 6k 623 78 $ 77 190 00 $ 83 295 00 $ 88 k55 00 



1 320 00 

2 1(00 no 

1 920 00 



1 kkO 00 
5 OkO 00 

1 080 00 

2 oko 00 



$ 6k 623 78 $ 77 190 00 $ 88 935 00 $ 98 055 00 



$ 2 oko 61 
7 lkkko 



$ 2 000 00 
7 200 00 



2 300 00 
7 900 00 



$ 2 300 00 
8 200 00 



$ 9 185 01 $ 9 200 00 $ 10 200 00 $ 10 500 00 



8k0 61 
185 55 
921 8; 



$ 1 000 00 
200 00 

500 00 



$ 1 100 00 

200 00 

1 000 00 



$ 1 200 00 

200 00 

1 100 00 



$ 1 9k7 99 $ 2 100 00 $ 2 500 00 $ 2 500 00 

$ 1 105 82 $ 1 150 00 $ 3 575 00 $ 1 900 00 

$ 76 862 60 $ 89 6ko 00 $iok 810 00 $112 955 00 

76 862 60 10k 810 00 

$166 502 60 $217 765 00 



TAX COLLECTION DIVISION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

1111 Supervisor, Franchise Tax Section 

1111 Supervising Clerk, Grade 1 

1111 Senior Account Clerk 

1111 Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

1111 Senior Cashier-Clerk 

k k k k Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

22 2 2 Intermediate Typist -Clerk 

1111 Intermediate Account Clerk 

1111 Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

1111 Bank Posting Machine Operator 

1111 Junior Typist -Clerk 

1111 Junior Clerk 

6 6 6 6 Investigator 

- Temporary help 

- - - - Allotment for salary adjustments 

22 22 22 22 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



22 


$ 3 100 00 


$ 3 600 00 


$ 3 600 00 


$ 5 600 00 


13 


2 160 00 


2 280 00 


2 280 00 


2 280 00 


10 


2 100 00 


2 220 00 


2 280 00 


2 280 00 


10 


1 7ko 00 


1 860 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 

1 800 00 


10 


1 700 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


6 


5 389 73 


5 760 00 


5 880 00 


5 880 00 


5 


2 109 78 


2 520 00 


2 6ko 00 


2 6ko 00 


6 

k 


1 310 00 
2kk 60 


1 380 00 
1 080 00 


1 kkO 00 
1 080 00 


1 kko 00 
1 080 00 


5 


1 153 00 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


2 


900 00 


990 00 


1 020 00 


1 020 00 


2 


880 00 


960 00 


960 00 


960 00 


12 


12 158 50 


12 900 00 


13 200 00 


13 200 00 


- 


229 75 


2 000 00 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


- 


- 


- 


1 770 00 


k 230 00 




$ 35 175 36 


$ ko 670 00 


$ 1(2 690 00 


$ k5 150 00 




$ 3 09 

58k k3 

6k 3k 


$ 25 00 


$ 25 00 


$ 25 00 




550 00 


550 00 


550 00 




75 00 


75 00 


75 00 



$ 651 86 $ 650 00 $ 650 00 $ 650 00 



Page 32 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE CONTROLLER - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




KANSE 
CROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDrTURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



TAX COLLECTION DIVISION - Continued 

SERVICE AMD EXPENSE 
Office 
TraTeling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 
Care of seized property 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, TAX COLLECTION DIVISION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



M. 15 


$ 125 00 


5 760 1(1 
663 58 


5 800 oo 


550 oo 


1 153 05 


1 100 00 


1 526 83 


l 6oo oo 


1 00 


1(00 00 


9 21(9 02 


$ 9 575 oo 



316 80 
^0 7l( 



$ t>67 5k 
$ 1;5 7!l3 78 



$ 


450 

l 500 


00 

00 


* 


l 950 


00 


$ 


52 81(5 00 
1(5 71(3 78 



150 00 
5 800 00 

600 00 
1 100 00 

1 600 00 

1(00 00 

9 650 00 



150 00 
5 800 00 

600 00 

1 150 00 
1 600 00 

1(00 00 

9 700 00 



$ 98 588 78 



> 280 00 
600 00 


$ 350 00 
600 00 


1 880 00 


$ 950 00 


1 53 870 00 


$ 56 k50 00 
53 870 00 




$110 320 00 



EXPENDITURES FOR OTHER CURRENT EXPENSES 



ACTUAL AND ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 

EIGHTY-NINTH AND 

NINETIETH FISCAL YEARS 

1937-1939 



DETAIL 



TOTAL 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 

NINETY-FIRST AND 

NINETY SECOND FISCAL YEARS 

1939-1941 



DETAIL 



TOTAL 



Legal opinions in connection with sales of registered warrants 
Refunds of tax deeded land rentals 

Totals, Other Current Expenses 



$ 10 300 00 
556 55 



$ 10 656 55 



$ 12 000 00 



$ 12 000 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 

Taxes: 

Inheritance Tax 

Gross Receipts Taxes on Public Utility Companies 
(delinquent taxes and penalties) 

Totals, Taxes 

Other Sources: 

Rentals on Tax Deeded Property (transferred from Tax Deeded 
Land Rental Fund) 

Totals, Revenues 
Totals for biennium 



$10 I179 52l( 35 $7 860 000 00 
118 11(5 00 51 857 00 

$10 597 667 35 $7 891 857 00 $9 020 000 00 



000 000 00 $9 000 000 00 
20 000 00 10 000 00 



010 000 00 



hh 500 55 50 510 00 



56 21(2 00 57 162 00 



$10 6k2 167 88 $7 922 167 00 
10 61(2 167 88 

$18 561; 33l( 88 



056 21(2 00 $9 067 162 00 
9 056 21(2 00 

$18 123 kok 00 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE CONTROLLER - Continued 
Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Refund Division 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 33 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



21 22 2? 2J 



MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR EIEMIIUM FOR SUPPORT 



3k 977 kk $ 59 865 00 

2 522 7I1 5 570 00 

6 281 5U 7 £oo 00 

2 QU-9 65 1 190 00 



jl 825 oc 
15 851 57 



$ 1j5 851 57 $ 



$ 97 656 57 



kk 190 00 $ I16 550 00 

k 550 00 h 250 00 

7 500 00 7 500 00 

1 850 00 ■■.■■■ oc 



$ 56 070 00 



$ 59 120 00 
58 0^0 00 

$117 190 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


5 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


8 


8 


8 


8 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 


3 


5 


3 


21 


22 


22 


22 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AMD OBJECT 

MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAX REFUND DIVISION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Supervisor 

Supervising Account Clerk, Grade 1 
Bookkeeping Machine Operator 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk 
Calculating Machine Operator 
Intermediate Clerk 
Senior Account Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Investigator 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 



Proposed new position: 
_2 _z. _1 _1 Investigator 

21 22 25 23 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 



l 7 

5 

5 

5 

10 



12 



12 



$ 2 I16O 00 


1 


2 760 00 


t 


2 760 


00 


$ 


2 760 00 


2 080 00 




2 280 00 




2 280 00 




2 280 00 


2 996 35 




5 2l;0 00 




3 360 


00 




3 360 00 


1 260 00 




1 225 00 




1 200 


00 




1 200 00 


3 768 Jl; 




5 810 00 




3 960 


00 




5 960 00 


1 620 00 




1 680 00 




1 680 00 




1 680 00 


13 61a 00 




15 050 00 




15 720 


00 




15 720 00 


3 095 61; 
1; 056 13 




5 120 00 




3 120 


00 




3 120 00 




6 120 00 




6 120 00 




6 120 00 


- 




600 00 




600 


00 




600 00 


- 


$ 


- 


1 350 

$ kz 150 


00 

00 


$ 


3 570 00 


$ 5I1 977 kk 


59 865 00 


kk 570 00 


_ 


$ 


_ 


2 0l;0 
$ kk 190 


00 
00 


$ 


2 160 00 


$ 51; 977 kk 


59 865 00 


luS 530 00 


$ 557 85 


$ 


250 00 


$ 


550 


00 


$ 


250 00 


1 870 95 




2 520 00 




2 kOO 


00 




2 J4.OO 00 


113 9k 




800 00 




1 600 


00 




1 600 00 


$ 2 522 71; 


$ 


5 570 00 


$ 


k 550 


00 


$ 


1; 250 00 


$ 1;66 02 


$ 


450 00 

3 600 00 


$ 


500 


00 


$ 


500 00 


2 531 60 






3 600 


00 




3 600 00 


26 18 




50 00 




50 


00 




50 00 


3 2l;3 85 




5 250 00 




5 250 


00 




3 250 00 


15 89 


$ 


50 00 

7 1;00 00 


$ 


100 

7 500 


00 
00 


$ 


100 00 


$ 6 281 51; 


7 500 00 


$ 720 17 
1 529 ks 


$ 


3l;0 00 


$ 


380 


00 


$ 


2l;0 00 




850 00 




1 Wo 


00 




600 00 


$ 2 QU-9 65 


$ 


1 190 00 


$ 


1 830 


00 


$ 


8I4.O 00 



Page 34 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE CONTROLLER - Continued 
Redemption Tax Division 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



TAX DEEDED LAND RENTAL FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

10 25 25 25 Salaries and wages 

Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$ 11 752 71 

5 567 65 

1 179 2,3 

2 879 10 

$ 21 178 89 $ 



50 970 00 
1 900 00 
3 560 00 
5 570 00 

i|l 600 00 
21 178 89 



10 590 00 

2 500 00 
7 500 00 
2 110 00 



$ Jj,6 550 00 

2 700 00 

7 bOO 00 

1 950 00 



$ 55 700 00 $ 



58 600 00 
55 700 00 



$ 62 778 89 



$111). 500 00 



111 

2 2 2 

1 I I 

2 2 2 

111 
111 

111 



10 25 25 



10 25 25 25 



_2 
25 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Redemption Tax Supervisor 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Clerk 
Junior Typist-Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Redemption Tax Assistant 
Intermediate Legal Stenographer 
Redemption Tax Counsel 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 
Redemption Tax Assistant 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 
Bond premiums 
Pest control 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 



19 


$ 


2 51? 55 
2 foO 65 
2 9)|8 01 


$ 


3 120 


00 


$ 


5 120 


00 


$ 


3 120 


00 


6 






2 850 


00 




5 000 


00 




3 000 


00 


5 






5 070 
3 360 


00 




b 360 


00 




6 360 


00 


2 




1 230 01 




00 




3 8!;0 
2 160 


00 




3 82p 
2 160 


00 


k 




306 Ll5 
2 199 Ok 




1 980 


00 




00 




00 


12 






11 11° 


00 




14 14.00 


00 




lit 2,00 


00 


b 




- 




880 00 




1 320 


00 




1 320 


00 


22 




- 




2 I4.OO 


00 




3 600 00 




3 600 


00 


- 




125 00 




- 






- 






- 




- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 




1 710 
$ 39 510 


00 
00 


2,230 

$ k2 030 


00 




11 752 71 


30 970 


00 


00 


12 


$ 


_ 


$ 


_ 




k 080 00 
$ 1l3 590 00 


ii 320 

$ 2,6 350 


00 




11 752 71 


30 970 


00 


00 




$ 


li 2]|]i 12 


$ 


1,00 


00 


$ 


800 00 


$ 


800 00 






1 125 53 




1 200 


00 




1 200 


00 




1 200 


00 




$ 




$ 


300 
1 900 


00 

00 


$ 


500 

2 500 


00 
00 


$ 


700 

2 700 


00 




5 367 65 


00 




$ 


153 32 


$ 


250 


00 


$ 


250 


00 


$ 


, 250 


00 






2,73 51 




2 1;50 


00 




11550 


00 




2,550 


00 






93 33 




150 00 




190 


00 




190 


00 






391 01 




2,50 


00 




]|50 


00 




550 


00 






50 76 
























17 50 




60 0( 




60 


00 




60 


00 




$ 




$ 


- 




$ 


2 000 
7 500 


00 
00 


$ 


2 000 

7 600 


00 




1 179 1,5 


3 360 


00 


00 




% 


2 879 10 


$ 


2 820 


00 


$ 


1 260 


00 


$ 


1 100 


00 




$ 


- 


$ 


2 550 

5 370 


00 
00 


$ 


850 00 

2 110 00 




850 


00 




2 879 10 


$ 


1 950 


00 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



Page 35 



STATE CONTROLLER - Continued 
Redemption Tax Division 

REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL TEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE TAX DEEDED LAND RENTAL FOND 



Rents from tax deeded property 
Less refunds 

Net Totals, Rents 

Less transfers to General Fund 

Net Totals, Revenues 

Net totals for biennium 



75 102 56 
-2 599 78 

70 502 78 
-hh 50Q 5? 

26 002 25 



$ 75 706 00 

-2 500 00 
$ 73 206 00 
$-50 510 oo 

$ 1)2 896 00 

26 002 25 

$ 68 898 25 



$ 96 000 00 

-2 500 00 

$ 95 500 oo 

-56 2ij2 00 

$ 57 258 00 



$120 000 00 
-2 500 00 

$117 500 00 
-57 162 00 

$ 60 358 00 

57 258 00 

$117 596 00 



STATEMENT OF UNBUDGETED SURPLUS 
Tax Deeded Land Rental Fund 



Estimated unbudgeted surplus, July 1, 1959 
Estimated revenue for biennium 1939"19l|l 

Total 

Less proposed expenditures for biennium 1939-19^11 : 
Support 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

Total proposed expenditures 

Estimated unbudgeted surplus, June 30> 191)1- 



$1H| 500 00 
5 296 00 



$ 5 000 00 
117 596 00 

$122 596 00 



117 596 00 
$ 5 000 00 



Fags 36 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE 1+) 


- 


AND ESTIMATED 
1937-1939 BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE ( — ) 




89TH AND 90TH 


9IST AND 92D 


FROM 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 



EXPENDITURES 
Support 



$ 62 708 88 $ 85 970 00 $+2? 261 12 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
CROUP 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 

EIGHTY-NINTH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 






1940-11 



1? 16 18 19 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$ 2)|. 590 09 
%0 51 

1 755 75 
1 512 75 

$ 28 576 88 



$ 50 100 00 
1 592 00 
1 680 00 
1 160 00 

28 576 88 
$ 62 708 88' 



$ 5k 215 00 

1 kOO 00 

1 875 00 

1 000 00 

$ 58 lj.90 00 



$ 1*2 914.5 00 
1 500 00 
1 950 00 
1 085 00 

$ kl k8o 00 
58 i;9C 00 

$ 85 970 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 
5 


1 
k 
5 


1 

h 

5 


1 

Jl 

5 



15 16 16 16 



15 16 18 19 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Executive Secretary 
Actuary (part time) 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Typist-Clark 
Intermediate Clerk 
Intermediate Account Clerk 
Junior Typist-Clerk 
Senior Shipping Clerk (part time) 
Medical Examiner (part time) 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 
Intermediate Typist -Clerk 
Junior Typist-Clerk 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 



21) 


$ k 500 00 


$ 1). 800 00 


$ li 800 00 


$ li 800 00 


■dti 


5 000 00 


5 000 00 


5 000 00 


5 000 00 


10 


1 920 00 


2 OkO 00 
2 160 00 


2 OkO 00 
2 160 00 


2 OkO 00 


k 


750 00 
1 kko 00 


2 160 00 


5 


1 560 00 


1 560 00 


1 560 00 


5 


- 


900 00 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 


6 


1; 200 00 


5 760 00 
h 995 00 


5 760 00 


5 760 00 


2 


5 775 00 


5 oko 00 


5 OkO 00 


Q 


28 00 


75 00 


75 00 


75 00 


- 


125 00 


150 no 


200 00 


250 00 


- 


)i 676 09 


k 660 00 


5 000 00 


11 500 00 

2 &60 00 


- 


- 


- 


1 220 00 




$ 21) 590 09 


$ 50 100 00 


$ 52 055 00 


$ 59 6U5 00 


5 


_ 


_ 


1 200 00 


1 520 00 


2 


- 


- 


960 00 


1 980 00 



$ 2k 590 09 $ 50 100 00 $ 5k 215 00 $ k2 9k5 00 



The Board of Administration, State Employees' Retirement System, admin- 
isters the State Employees' Retirement Act, maintains the necessary records 
as to contributions and financial condition of the system, investigates 
cases as to eligibility for retirement, manages investment of the funds and 
performs related work in connection with the system. 



Office at Sacramento 



ADMINISTRATIVE 
STATE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 37 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89THI 90TH 91ST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-36 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETYFIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



ADMINISTRATION - Continued 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 
Telephone and telegraph 



Medical 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 



52 __- 



t 792 00 
600 00 



t 600 00 $ 

6oc oc 



$ 9Uo 51 t l 592 oo $ l lioo oo 



700 oc 
l 500 oo 



295 86 $ 
562 55 


275 00 i 


i 500 oc $ 


500 00 


550 oo 


600 00 


600 00 


128 18 


l?j 


150 00 


150 00 


71H 58 


725 00 


eoo 00 


875 00 


7 5o 


10 00 


25 00 


2v 10 



$ 1 755 75 $ 1 680 00 $ 1 875 00 $ 1 950 00 



$ 1 512 75 $ 1 160 00 $ 1 000 00 $ 1 085 00 



Page 38 ADMINISTRATIVE 



STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION 



The State Board of Equalization was created by the Constitution of 1879 
with authority to equalize valuations for tax purposes between counties, to 
assess directly certain public utility property and to exercise general super- 
vision over revenue law administration. The State Board of Equalization 
retains all of these original functions to which have been added numerous 
other duties. 

The board is composed of five members, all of whom are elected by vote 
of the people for terms of four years. In conformity with the provisions of 
the Constitution, the State is divided into four equalization districts, each 
represented by a board member. The fifth member is the State Controller, who 
serves ex officio. 

To meet the demands incident upon the expansion of its duties, the board 
has established eight administrative divisions. Five of these divisions: 
namely, (1) general administration, (2) motor vehicle transportation tax, (5) 
valuation, (4) -assessment standards, and (5) research and statistics are 
supported by General Fund appropriations. The remaining three: namely, (l) 
retail sales tax, (2) motor vehicle fuel tax, and (5) alcoholic beverage 
control are supported by special fund appropriations. 

To the division of general administration are assigned co-ordinating duties, 
such as: arrangements for suitable quarters for the several offices; procure- 
ment of property, equipment and supplies; employment of personnel; accounting 
for receipts and disbursements; and disseminating information with respect to 
the activities of the board and related matters. The board members and those 
of the staff who serve them directly are deemed an integral part of this 
division for budget purposes. 

The Motor Vehicle Transportation Tax Division handles administration of 
the three per cent gross receipts tax Imposed upon motor vehicle carriers 
for hire. During the 1957~59 biennium an average of approximately 15,000 
operators are being taxed under this law. 

The Valuation Division , pursuant to a constitutional amendment adopted 
in June, 1955, assesses for all tax purposes various types of public utility 
property and certain other holdings representing an aggregate value of one- 
seventh of the total taxable wealth in the State. Although the State 
government derives no revenue from these assessments, the local governments — 
counties, districts and cities — secured from this source taxes amounting to 
$61)., 000, 000 during the two years ended June JO, 1958. This division also 
administers the Private Car Tax Act of 1957 j imposing an ad valorem State tax 
on rolling stock operated over rail lines but not owned by railroad companies. 

The Division of Assessment Standards is being established by the board 
to assist m the promotion of uniformity in assessment practices throughout 
the State. Although no revenue is to accrue to the State Treasury directly 
from the activities of this division, it will be a vital factor in the effective 
performance of one of the basic duties of the board: namely, the equalization 
of assessed values between counties. 

The Division of Research and Statistics is being established to prepare 
and analyze statistical data with respect to the activities of the board. This 
work will include compilation of material for the biennial report, determination 
of trends indicated by revenue returns and related functions. 

The Retail Sales Tax Division constitutes the largest single activity of 
the boarcC More than ltsu,UUU retail premises are covered by the work of this 
division. During the past two fiscal years, 57 ? 572 field audits were completed 
establishing tax liability of $6,580,216 in addition to that declared by 
retailers. The net proceeds resulting from the work of this division accrue 
to the State General Fund. 

The Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Division exercises the duties prescribed by law 
whereby a tax is imposed, at the source, on gasoline and on the users of 
Diesel fuel. After allowance of refunds for non-highway uses of gasoline, the 
net proceeds are devoted to highway purposes. 

The Alcoholic Beverage Control Division is charged with the issuance of 
approximately 7^,000 licenses each fiscal year covering a total of about 55>000 
separate premises (more than one type of license issued for the same premise in 
many instances). Law enforcement work of this division involves general regula- 
tion of the liquor traffic throughout the State. In addition, this unit assesses 
excise taxes on alcoholic beverages aggregating some $10,000,000 annually, as 
well as makes license fee apportionments to counties and cities amounting to more 
than $5,000,000 biennially. 

The main office of the Board of Equalization is at Sacramento, but in order 
to adequately serve the public throughout the State, branch offices have been 
established at some forty other localities. 



'CARD OF EQUALIZATION 
SUMMARY 



Page 29 



GENERAL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 

Support: 
General Administration 
Division of Research and Statistics 
Division of Assessment Standards 
Valuation Division 
Motor Transportation Tax Division: 

Headquarters 

District Offices 

Totals, Motor Transportation Tax Division 
Retail Sales Tax Ledger Unit 
TOTAL EXPENDITURES 







1ATED 


INCREASE (-►) 






AND PROP 


OR 




-1959 


I959.] 


DECREASE(-) 




BIENB 


IHIUM 


FROM 




89TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 92D 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1957-1959 



$ 22? 005 58 $ 



276 596 55 
180 552 85 



55 785 oo» 
58 915 00 
91 856 00 
528 Jj58 00 

211 719 00 

525 985 00 



615 095 51 

k9 k8k 26 



$ 755 702 00 



-191 220 58 

+58 915 00 
+91 856 00 

+51 861 65 

+31 loo 15 

+89 hk2 5k 



$ +120 608 69 

-k9 uau 26 



$ 



$ 1 168 177 50 $ 1 250 69I1 00 $ +62 51b 50 



REVENUES 
Taxes: 

Gross Premiums Tax on Insurance Companies 

Motor Transportation License Tax 

Private Car Tax 

Retail Sales and Use Taxes (transferred from Retail Sales 

Tax Fund) 
Alcoholic Beverage Taxes (transferred from Alcohol Beverage 

Control Fund): 

Beer and Wines Excise Tax 

Distilled Spirits Excise Tax 

Totals, Taxes 

License Fees: 

Motor Transportation License Fees 

Liquor License Fees (General Fund's share, transferred 
from Alcohol Beverage Control Fund) 

Totals, License Fees 

TOTAL REVENUES 

* Net after deduction of $2k5,600.00 as the pro rata cost 
of administration chargeable to Special Fund Activities. 



$ 13 869 963 30 
h 532 462 22 

^20 000 00 



111 100 000 00 

It 8k0 000 00 

830 000 00 



+230 O36 70 

+307 537 78 

+1J10 000 00 



170 831 766 07 18U 178 223 00 +13 5I4-6 I4.56 95 



3 881 020 k5 
15 615 823 J4.6 



k 100 000 00 
16 000 000 00 



+218 979 55 
+581). 171 % 



$209 151 OkO 50 $22k 0k8 225 00 $+lk 897 182 50 



18k 130 00 
3 5k8 815 77 



160 000 00 
2 811 700 00 



$ -2k 130 00 
-5*7 115 77 
$ -561 2k5 77 



$ 5 532 9k5 77 $ 2 971 700 00 

$212 683 98k 27 $227 019 923 00 $+lk 555 958 73 



Office at Sacramento 



Page 40 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 

SUMMARY 



RETAIL SALES TAX FUND 

EXPENDITURES 

Support, Retail Sales Tax Division: 
Headquarters 
District Offices 
Retail Sales Tax Ledger Unit . 

Totals, Support 

Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL AND 
ESTIMATED 

1957-1939 

BIENNIUM 
89TH AND 90TH 
FISCAL YEARS 



ESTIMATED 
AND PROPOSED 

19?9-19l|l 

BIENNIUM 
91ST AND 92D 
FISCAL YEARS 



$ 1 151 650 00 
2 993 182 18 



4 124 832 18 

136 594 70 

4 261 226 88 



1 462 552 00 

4 011 350 00 

61 455 00 

5 535 335 00 
176 442 00 



INCREASE (+) 

OR 
DECREASE(-) 
FROM 

1957-1959 



+330 882 00 

+1 018 167 82 

+61 453 00 

+1 410 502 82 

+40 047 30 



$ 5 711 777 00 $ +1 450 550 12 



REVENUES 

Retail Sales and Use Taxes 
Permit Fees 

TOTAL REVENUES 

Less Transfers to the General Fund 

NET TOTAL REVENUES 



$174 958 195 81 $189 750 000 00 
145 955 59 140 



45 955 59 
$175 102 151 40 
170 851 766 07 



40 000 00 
$189 890 000 00 
184 178 225 00 



{+14 791 804 19 
-5 955 59 

{+14 787 848 60 

+15 546 456 95 



$ 4 270 585 55 $ 5 711 777 00 $ +1 441 591 67 



ALCOHOL BEVERAGE CONTROL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 

Support, Alcohol Beverage Control Division: 
Administration and Enforcement: 
Headquarters Office 
District Offices 

Totals, Administration and Enforcement 

Tax Assessment 

Totals, Support 

Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



271 958 95 
1 525 598 03 



$ 


1 797 556 98 




474 156 12 


$ 


2 271 713 10 




52 230 59 



$ 


324 749 00 
1 758 086 00 


$ 


2 082 835 00 
540 541 00 


$ 


2 625 576 00 

64 924 00 



$ 


+52 790 05 
+252 487 97 


$ 


+285 278 02 




+66 384 88 


$ 


+351 662 90 




+12 693 41 



$ 2 323 943 69 $ 2 688 300 00 $ +364 356 31 



REVENUES 
Taxes: 

Distilled Spirits Excise Tax 
Beer and Wine Excise Tax 

Totals, Taxes 

Liquor License Fees 

TOTAL REVENUES 

Less Transfers to the General Fund 

NET TOTAL REVENUES 



$ 15 615 828 46 
3 881 020 45 


$ 19 496 848 91 


11 477 861 67 


$ 30 974 710 58 


22 845 662 68 



16 000 000 00 

4 100 000 00 



$ 20 100 000 00 


11 


000 000 


00 


$ 51 


100 000 


00 


22 


911 700 


00 



$ 


+584 171 54 
+218 979 55 


$ 


+603 151 09 




-477 861 67 


$ 


+125 289 42 




+66 037 32 



$ 8 129 047 90 $ 8 188 300 00 $ 



+59 252 10 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 

SUMMARY 



Page 41 





ACTUAL AMD 


ESTIMATED 


INCRBASE(+) 




ESTIMATED 


AND PROPOSED 


OR 




1957-1959 


1959-19lll 


DECREASE(-) 




BIENHIUM 


BIENNIUM 


FROM 




89TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 92D 






FISCAL TEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1957-1959 



MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support: 

Headquarters Office 
District Offices 

Totals, Support 

Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$ 


65 550 56 

159 758 5k 


$ 


225 088 70 
5 780 51 



$ 250 869 01 



112 765 00 
205 998 00 

516 765 00 

9 05I4. 00 

525 797 00 



$ +k7 klk 6k 
+hk 259 66 

$ +91 67k 50 

+5 255 69 

$ +9k 927 99 



REVENUES 
Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax 
Use Fuel Tax 
Brokers' and Producers' License Fees 

TOTAL REVENUES 

Less Transfers to State Highway Fund 

NET TOTAL REVENUES 



$ 9k O65 585 55 
5^6 564 65 

28 907 00 

$ 9k 628 657 20 

62- k6l 578 08 

$ 52 167 279 12 



$ 96 756 55k 00 
600 000 00 

28 600 00 

$ 97 585 15k 00 

6k 600 000 00 

$ 52 785 15k 00 



+2 695 lk8 k5 
+ 65 655 55 

-507 00 

+2 756 k76 80 

+2 158 621 92 

+617 85k 88 



STATE HIGHWAY FUND 

REVENUES 
Motgr Vehicle Fuel Tax (transferred from Motor Vehicle Fuel 
Fund) 



$ 62 k6l 578 08 $ 6k 600 000 00 $ +2 158 621 92 



EXPENDITURES 

REVENUES 
Taxes 
Licenses 

TOTAL REVENUES 



GRAND TOTALS, ALL FUNDS 



$ 7 98k 217 08 $ 9 956 568 00 $ +1 972 550 92 



$507 877 220 

11 85k 85k 



$526 976 55k 00 
11 528 600 00 



$+19 099 51? 56 

-506 254 26 



$519 712 07k 70 $558 505 15k 00 $+18 595 059 50 



Page 42 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 





EXPENI 


HTURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


SALARY 


ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 


GROUP 


EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-36 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



GENERAL FUND 



252 228 229 229 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 

Less pro rata cost of administration 
chargeable to special fund activities 

NET TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$1+32 515 67 

25 356 13 

83 9^8 50 

10 7JJ1 20 



$1+88 682 00 

27 072 00 

90 li75 00 

9 389 00 



$552 559 50 $615 618 00 



$552 559 50 



$615 618 00 

552 559 50 
$1 168 177 50 



$5)10 650 00 

33 353 00 

133 870 00 

29 £91 00 

$737 362i 00 

- 122 800 00 

$6lli 56I+ 00 



$568 575 00 
31 399 00 

122 Il06 00 

16 550 00 

$738 930 00 

-122 800 00 

$616 130 00 
bill 561| 00 

$1 230 69); 00 



h 


k 


k 


h 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


3 


3 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


"1 


1 


2 


k 


k 


k 


5 


i 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 



£0 36 35 35 



ko 36 38 38 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Board Member 
Executive Secretary 
Advisor to Assessors 
Senior Valuation Engineer 
Public Relations Officer 
Consulting Tax Counsel 
Senior Assistant Tax Counsel 
Junior Assistant Tax Counsel 
Senior Clerk 

Assistant to Executive Secretary 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Departmental Accounting Officer 
Bookkeeper, Grade 2 
Bookkeeper, Grade 1 
Senior Account Clerk 
Intermediate Account Clerk 
Junior Account Clerk 
Intermediate File Clerk 
Intermediate Typist -Clerk 
Junior Typist -Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Bookkeeping Machine Operator 
Supervising Auditor, Grade 1 
Supervising Account Clerk, Grade 1 
Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 
Estimated pro rata charges: 

Cashier 

Mailing 

Building 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Positions transferred from other funds: 

Junior Clerk 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Proposed new position: 

Junior Account Clerk 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Executive 
Legal 
Office 
Accounting 

Pro rata cashier, mailing and building 
Printing 
Automobile 
Dexigraph Prints 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



Ex 


$ 18 690 60 


$ 19 682 


00 


$ 20 000 


00 


$ 20 000 00 


Ex 


6 600 00 


7 200. 


00 


7 200 


00 


7 200 00 


Ex 


2 362 50 


- 




- 




- 


23 


1 200 00 


1+ 800 00 


- 




- 


18 


8 906 78 


9 360 


00 


9 360 


00 


9 360 00 


28 


696 00 

2 JkO 00 
1 BliO 00 


3 Bl+o 


00 


3 BIlO 


00 


3 8I+0 00 


17 


2 9l+o 


00 


2 91+0 


00 


2 9I+O 00 


12 


2 olio 


00 


2 oko 


00 


2 Olio 00 


9 


2 060 00 


2 160 


00 


2 160 00 


2 160 00 


10 


708 53 
2 857 98 


1 200 


00 


1 800 


00 


1 800 00 


10 


7 169 


00 


7 560 


00 


7 560 00 


6 


k 812 57 


l+l+l+o 
3 8E0 


00 


kW 

3 8S0 


00 


1+ i+1+0 00 


22 


3 6I4O 00 


00 


00 


3 840 00 


13 


700 00 


2 160 


00 


2 160 


00 


2 160 00 


10 


1 200 00 


- 




- 




- 


10 


1 820 00 


1 920 

1 kho 


00 


1 920 


00 


1 920 00 

1 1(1+0 00 


6 


385 1+9 


00 


1 %o 


00 


3 


2 531 50 


3 060 


00 


3 060 


00 


3 060 00 


5 


61 29 


900 


00 


1 200 


00 


1 200 00 


5 


2 367 la 


1 56o 


00 


1 560 


00 


1 560 00 


2 


860 00 


Bl+o 


00 


960 


00 


960 00 


t 


720 00 
1 650 00 


- 




- 




- 


2 790 


00 


2 880 


00 


2 880 00 


12 


3 280 00 
k 600 00 


i 800 


00 
00 


3 h80 00 
k 800 00 


3 1+80 00 
k 800 00 




- 


- 




100 


00 


100 00 


- 


- 


- 




3 735 


00 


7 635 00 


. 


2k 51 
756 30 

1H5 1+8 


?5 


00 


28 00 


31 00 


~ 


7I4.0 


00 


825 


00 


900 00 


- 


1(20 


00 


£62 


00 


50l+ 00 




$ 78 1+66 9l+ 


$ 92 806 


00 


$ 93 790 


00 


$ 97 810 00 


2 








1 200 


00 


1 260 00 


6 


- 


- 




1 560 


00 


1 680 00 


3 


- 


- 




1 020 
$ 97 570 


00 
00 


1 080 00 




$ 78 1+66 9I1 


$ 92 806 


00 


$101 830 00 




$ 10 1+5 


$ 30 


00 


$ 30 


00 


$ 30 00 




27 1+2 


30 


00 


30 


00 


30 00 




u $ 


370 

foo 


00 
00 


1 030 

54o 


00 
00 


370 00 

1+50 00 




86 78 


96 


00 


113 


00 


113 00 




1 266 20 


1 700 


00 


1 700 


00 


1 700 00 

2 800 00 




2 717 11 


i 750 


00 


2 800 


00 




- 


16 


00 


16 00 
6 259 00 


16 00 




$ 1+ 928 99 


$ 5 1+1+2 


00 


5 1+92 00 



[STRATIVE 



Fage 43 



STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1933-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



GENERAL ADMINISTRATION - Continued 

MATERIALS AKD SUPPLIES 
Executive 
Legal 
Office 
Accounting 

Pro rata cashier, mailing and building 
Printing 
Automobile 
Dexigraph prints 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Executive 
Legal 
Office 
Accounting 
Cashier 
Mailing 
Building 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 

Compensation insurance 
Press clipping service 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Executive 
Legal 
Office 
Accounting 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, GENERAL ADMINISTRATION 
Less pro rata cost of administration 
chargeable to special fund activities 

NET TOTALS, GENERAL ADMINISTRATION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



t io 1;5 


$ 30 00 


$ 50 


00 


$ 50 00 


27 hz 


30 00 


50 


00 


50 00 


m 


370 00 
E50 00 


1 050 


00 
00 


570 00 
feo 00 


86 78 


96 00 


115 


00 


96 00 


1 2b6 20 


1 700 00 


1 700 


00 


1 700 00 

2 800 00 


2 717 11 


2 750 00 


2 800 


00 


- 


16 00 

$ 5 ljii2 00 


16 

$ 6 259 


00 
00 


16 00 


$ 1). 928 99 


$ 5 U92 00 


$ l|8l 61 


$ Uoo co 


$ IlOO 


00 


$ koo 00 


66 63 
ll?88 


70 00 

60 00 


Z5 


00 


75 00 
60 00 


680 


00 


195 00 


276 


00 


200 00 


90 


1 00 


1 


00 


1 00 


Hi 01; 


15 00 


20 


00 


20 00 


502 hfl 


505 00 


650 


00 


35 00 


9 882 09 


10 160 00 


11 000 


00 


11 000 00 


1 865 05 
1 32E 17 


1 870 00 


2 000 


00 


2 000 00 


1 390 00 


1 3ll0 


00 


1 390 00 


1 502 60 


1 550 00 


1 630 


00 


1 630 00 


27 72 
2 059 65 


30 CO 

2 0l£ 00 


30 


00 


50 00 


9 285 00 


16 530 00 


2 81 


5 00 


5 


00 


5 00 


- 


100 00 
$ 18 393 00 


100 
$ 27 k9k 


00 
00 


100 00 


$ 17 95li 35 


$ 3^ 1;76 00 


$ 598 36 


$ 


$ 2 610 


00 


$ liiO 00 


1I1.6 00 


50 00 


2ll5 


00 


- 


258 95 


53 00 


326 


00 


- 


575 68 


532 00 


1 299 


00 


Ul2 00 


k 2ll0 51 


2 778 00 


2 000 


00 


2 500 00 


$ 5 599 30 


$ 5 1l15 00 
$120 05li 00 


$ 6 I4.8O 
$137 803 


00 
00 


$ 2 782 00 


$106 9k9 58 


$1^3 580 00 


- 


- 


-122 800 00 

$ 15 003 00 


-122 800 00 


$106 9l;9 58 


$120 05iL 00 

106 9k9 58 


$ 20 780 00 








15 003 00 




$227 005 58 






$ 55 785 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 



DIVISION OF RESEARCH AND STATISTICS 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Chief of Division 
Research Assistant 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Statistician 
Calculating Machine Operator 
Calculating Machine Operator (part year) 
Student Assistant (part year) 
Estimated pro rata charges: 
Mailing 
Building 



19 

10 
6 
9 
5 
5 



- 10 10 



Totals, Salaries and Wages 



$ k 080 00 


$ 1; 520 00 


2 9l[0 00 


3 120 00 


1 800 00 


1 920 00 
1 kko 00 


1 320 00 


1 680 00 


1 800 00 


1 200 00 


1 320 00 


600 00 


600 00 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 


100 00 


100 00 


150 00 


150 00 


$ 15 070 00 


$ 15 970 00 



Page 44 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89Th| 90Th| 91ST 1 92D 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF RESEARCH AND STATISTICS - Continued 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Executive 
Office 

Technical services 
Maps and map service 
Mailing 
Building 
Printing 
Automobile 
Tabulating 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Executive 
Office 

Technical services 
Maps and map service 
Reporting and transcript 
Mailing 
Building 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Tabulating 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, DIVISION OF RESEARCH AND STATISTICS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



10 00 $ 


10 00 


50 oo 


50 oo 


50 oo 


50 oo 


50 oo 


50 oo 


20 00 


20 00 


50 oo 


50 oo 


500 oo 


500 oo 


2ll0 00 


2ii0 00 


50 oo 


50 oo 



$ 1 020 00 



1 020 00 



5 


00 


$ 


5 00 


50 


00 




50 00 


25 


00 




25 00 


10 


00 




10 00 


50 


00 




50 00 


15 00 




15 00 


100 


00 




100 00 


1 000 


00 




1 000 00 


100 


00 




100 00 


100 


00 




100 00 


75 


00 




100 00 


5 


00 




5 00 


50 


00 


$ 


50 00 


1 565 


00 


1 590 00 


585 


00 


$ 


1 095 00 


1 000 


00 
00 


$ 

$ 


- 


l 585 


1 095 00 


19 2li0 


00 


19 675 00 








19 21u3 00 



$ 58 915 00 



DIVISION OF ASSESSMENT STANDARDS 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1 1 Chief of Division 
1 1 Senior Valuation Engineer 
1 1 Senior Rural Land Appraiser 
1 1 Senior Urban Land Appraiser 
1 1 Senior Petroleum Engineer 
1 1 Associate Building Appraiser 
1 1 Associate Valuation Engineer 
1 1 Associate Building Appraiser 
1 1 Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
1 1 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Estimated pro rata charges: 
Mailing 
- - Building 

10 10 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Executive 
Office 

Technical services 
Maps and map service 
Mailing 
Building 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



29 
25 
2J 
2? 
25 
19 
16 

19 

10 

6 



5 280 00 

5 alio 00 

5 8S0 00 
5 8lio 00 
5 8£o 00 
5 120 00 
5 120 00 
5 120 00 
1 800 00 
1 520 00 

100 00 
150 00 



5 520 00 
k 080 00 
k 080 00 

li 080 00 
k 080 00 

5 500 00 
j 500 00 
5 300 00 
1 920 00 

1 [[ItO 00 
100 00 

150 00 



$ 


35 370 00 


$ 35 350 00 


$ 


10 00 


$ 


10 00 




300 00 




300 00 




100 00 




100 00 




200 00 




200 00 




20 00 




20 00 




50 00 




50 00 




1 500 00 




1 200 00 




300 00 




300 00 



$ 2 14.80 00 $ 2 180 00 



STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Fage 45 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



S9TH 90TH 91ST 920 





IILli' 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 






ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 






•■our 
nam 


EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 








1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 





DIVISION OF ASSESSMENT STANDARDS - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPEi.SE 
Executive 
Office 

Technical services 
Maps and map service 
Reporting and transcript 
Mailing 
Building 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 
Freight, cartage, and express 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, DIVISION OF ASSESSMENT STANDARDS 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 20 00 


$ 




20 00 


50 oo 






50 00 


25 00 






25 00 


20 00 






20 00 


225 00 






225 00 


20 00 






20 00 


100 00 






100 00 


5 ooo oo 




5 


000 00 


250 00 






250 00 


500 00 






300 00 


200 00 






200 00 


50 00 






50 00 


$ b 260 00 


$ 





260 00 


$ 3 138 00 


$ 




898 00 


1 000 00 






700 00 


$ k 538 00 




1 


598 00 


$ 46 448 00 


iH 


368 00 
448 00 



$ 91 836 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


i 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


? 


1 


1 


k 


4 


1; 


.3 


12 


12 


12 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 



kb ij.3 in la 



VALUATION DIVISION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Chief of Division 
Assistant Chief of Division 
Utility Valuation Cleric 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Stenographer-Calculating Machine Operator 
Calculating Machine Operator 
Key Punch Operator 
Tabulating Machine Operator 
Intermediate Account Clerk 
Senior Valuation Engineer 
Assistant Valuation Engineer 
Junior Valuation Engineer 
Assistant Pipe Lines Valuation Engineer 
Assistant Railroad Valuation Engineer 
Financial Research Technician 
Associate Land Appraiser 
Senior Land Appraiser 
Utility Valuation Accountant 
Financial Consultant 
Junior Assistant Tax Counsel 
Associate Valuation Engineer 
Seasonal help: 

Calculating Machine Operator 

Key Punch Operator 

Junior Valuation Engineer 
Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 
Estimated pro rata charges: 

Mailing 

Building 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 



35a 


$ 3 400 00 


$ 3 li.00 00 


$ 8 llOO 00 


$ 8 il.00 00 


s 


5 I4.20 00 


5 520 00 


5 520 00 


5 520 00 


2 710 00 


2 760 00 
1 800 00 


2 760 00 
1 800 00 


2 760 00 
1 800 00 


10 


1 700 00 

2 83O 31 


6 


4 110 00 


k 200 00 


1; 200 00 


I 


1 511 61 


1 800 00 


2 160 00 


2 160 00 


1 340 00 


880 00 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


5 


2 252 56 


3 805 00 


3 960 00 


3 960 00 


4a 


468 71 


1 1)4.0 00 


1 H4.0 00 


1 llj.0 00 


6 


1 340 00 


1 kko 00 


1 IU4.0 00 


1 440 00 


b 


- 


1 270 00 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


23 


10 880 00 


7 680 00 


3 840 00 


3 8i(.o 00 


16 


8 059 51 


10 635 00 


10 860 00 


10 860 00 


12 


20 822 08 


23 750 00 


24 600 00 


2I4. 600 00 


16 


1 858 07 


- 


- 


- 


16 


2 580 00 


2 760 00 


2 760 00 


2 760 00 


19 


3 64O 00 


3 84O 00 


- 


- 


19 


3 150 00 

3 640 00 


3 300 00 


3 300 00 


3 300 00 


23 


3 8i|0 00 


3 840 00 


3 840 00 


15 


2 7li0 00 
1 800 00 


2 9l[0 00 


2 91,0 00 


2 940 00 


?H 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1? 


1 806 13 


2 O4O 00 


2 OI4.O 00 


2 O4O 00 


19 


2 600 00 


6 375 00 


6 420 00 


6 1(20 00 


I 


151 61 


llOO 00 


liOO 00 


400 00 


1 153 93 


2 185 00 


2 185 00 


2 185 00 


12 


877 23 


2 O4O 00 


2 OllO 00 


2 O4O 00 


- 


99 75 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


- 




- 


1; 590 00 


9 690 00 


_ 


353 13 
1 30- 62 

$ 95 526 25 


352 00 


396 00 

1 fo6 00 

$107 627 00 


k32 00 
1 632 00 


- 


1 350 00 




$108 312 00 


$112 899 00 



Fage 46 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
NUySER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 


1940-41 



VALUATION DIVISION - Continued 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Executive 
Office 

Technical services 
Maps and map service 
Mailing 
Building 
Printing 
Automobile 
Tabulating 
Dexigraph prints 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Executive 
Office 

Technical services 
Maps and map service 
Valuation hearings 
Appraisals 
Mailing 
Building 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage, and express 
Rent 

Tabulat ing 

Compensation insurance 
Press clippings 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Executive 
Office 

Technical services 
Maps and map service 
Automobile 
Tabulating 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS. VALUATION DIVISION 



TOTALS FOR BIEKNIUM 



$ 


k5 75 


$ 50 


00 


$ 


70 
2 067 


00 


$ 50 00 




1 566 05 


1 370 


00 




00 


1 koo 00 




22 06 


25 


00 




30 


00 


30 00 




1 676 89 


1 680 


00 




1 700 


00 


1 700 00 




3 11 


k 


00 




il 


00 


k 00 




210- 58 


2k5 


00 




270 


00 


2k5 00 




2 31(2 71 


2 350 


00 




2 koo 


00 


2 kOO 00 




1 301 10 


1 300 


00 




1 500 


00 


1 500 00 




197 72 


1 000 


00 




1 000 


00 


1 000 00 






210 


00 


$ 


210 

9 251 


00 

00 


210 00 


$ 


7 396 97 


$ 8 23k 


00 


$ 8 539 00 


$ 


107 11 


$ 60 


00 


$ 


70 


00 


$ 70 00 




li.92 85 


500 


00 




1 120 


00 


625 00 




lk 62 
21)6 72 


15 


00 




20 


00 


20 00 




250 


00 




300 


00 


300 00 




- 


150 


00 




150 


00 


150 00 




- 


5 000 


00 




20 000 


00 


- 




k 59 


5 


00 




5 


00 


5 00 




1 622 53 


1 630 


00 




2 110 


00 


90 00 




8 192 10 


8 200 00 




8 200 


00 


8 200 00 




710 6k 


720 


00 




780 


00 


750 00 




537 50 


5^5 


00 




565 


00 


565 00 




587 k5 


600 


00 




650 


00 


650 00 




105 68 


110 


00 




125 


00 


125 00 
13 31k 00 

k 600 00 




6 586 06 
kkk6 19 


•6 595 


00 




9 960 

k 600 


00 




k 500 


00 




00 




lk 72 


15 


00 




15 


00 


15 00 




- 


50 


00 


50 

$ k8 720 


00 
00 


50 00 


$ 23 668 76 


$ 28 9k5 


00 


$ 29 529 00 


$ 


296 71 


$ 




$ 


. 




$ 




1 985 60 


26k 


00 




2 785 
2 32k 


00 


390 00 




_ 


1 000 


00 




00 


3 12k 00 




- 


kOO 


00 




735 
600 


00 


k.35 00 

600 00 




567 06 


- 






00 




- 


- 




200 
$ 6 6kk 
$172 2k2 


00 
00 
00 


200 00 


$ 


2 8k9 37 
29 hhl 35 


$ 1 66k 


00 


$ 5 2k9 00 


$1 


$Lk7 155 
129 1)41 


00 

55 


$156 216 00 
172 2k2 00 






$276 596 35 








$528 k58 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


? 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


11 


9 


9 


9 


2 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


z 


2 


1 


1 


1 


"1 


5 


k 


k 


k 


5 


k 


k 


k 


2 


2 


2 


2 


8 


7 


7 


7 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


- 


- 



MOTOR TRANSPORTATION LICENSE TAX DIVISION 
HEADQUARTERS 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Chief of Division 2k 

Supervising Clerk, Grade 2 1 

Supervising Account Clerk, Grade 1 lk 

Senior Clerk 9 

Intermediate Clerk 5 

Junior Clerk 2 

Intermediate Account Clerk 6 

Junior Account Clerk 3 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 10 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 6 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk k 

Intermediate Typist -Clerk 5 

Junior Typist -Clerk 2 

Senior File Clerk 9 

Intermediate File Clerk 5 

Bookkeeping Machine Operator t> 

Supervising Auditor, Grade 1 19 



3 680 00 


$ k 080 00 


$ k 080 00 


$ k 080 00 


2 J4.50 00 

3 630 00 


2 580 00 


2 580 00 


2 580 00 


k 7k0 00 
3 600 00 


k 800 00 


k 800 00 


3 kOO 00 


3 600 00 


3 600 00 


817 66 


1 380 00 


1 kko 00 
8 820 00 


1 kkO 00 
8 820 00 


6kk5kk 


8 535 00 


2 000 00 


3 755 00 


k 200 00 


k 200 00 


1 820 00 


1 990 00 


2 160 00 


2 160 00 


1 820 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


5 6k6 11 


5 375 00 


5 760 00 
k 320 00 


5 760 00 
k 320 00 


2 8k0 35 


3 992 00 


2 651 61 


2 880 00 


2 880 00 


2 880 00 


5 00k 52 


6 k8k 00 
1 680 00 


7 080 00 


7 080 00 


1 580 00 


1 680 00 


1 680 00 


2 020 00 


2 580 00 


2 6k0 00 
2 880 00 


2 6k0 00 
2 880 00 


2 kk5 50 


.2 61|0 00 


2 kko 00 


3 300 00 


- 


- 



■ IST/iATIVE 



Fage 47 



STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



B9TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETYFIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 


EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



51 hi k6 k6 



MOTOR TRANSPORTATION LICENSE TAX DIVISION 
HEADQUARTERS 

SALARIES AND WAGES - Continued 
Auditor, Grade 3 
Auditor, Grade 1 
Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 
Estimated pro rata charges: 

Cashier 

Mailing 

Building 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Executive 
Office 
Cashier 
Mailing 
Building 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Executive 
Office 
Cashier 
Mailing 
Building 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 
Compensation insurance 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Cashier 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, HEADQUARTERS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



17 $ 


2 740 00 


t 


2 91(0 00 


1 


00 
00 

00 

CTVOJ 
C\JPJ 


$ 2 9k0 00 


11 


2 180 00 




2 280 00 




2 280 00 


- 


2 71*2 66 




3 000 00 




3 360 00 
3 Sko 00 


3 360 00 
8 100 00 


- 


- 




- 




_ 


3 575 9? 

2 3k8 2k 




3 376 00 




3 718 00 


k 056 00 


_ 




2 350 00 




2 585 00 


2 820 00 


- 


916 62 




920 00 




1 012 00 


1 10k 00 


$ 6k 97k 70 


$ 76 577 00 


$ 80 575 00 


$ 85 500 00 


$ 


, 1 07 


$ 


1 00 


$ 


5 00 


$ 5 00 




1 656 11 




1 660 00 




1 835 00 


1 720 00 




58 98 




60 00 




30 00 


80 00 




37 37 




ko 00 




60 00 


60 00 




165 05 




170 00 




170 00 


170 00 




!l 356 39 
3k6 81 

6 621 78 




k 1(00 00 




k 500 00 


k 500 00 




$ 


358 00 


$ 


358 00 


358 00 


$ 


6 689 00 


7 008 00 


$ 6 893 00 


$ 


25 3k 


$ 


2k. 00 
176 00 


$ 


3c 00 


$ 30 00 




173 |9 

M> 1? 
1 108 3k 






250 00 


200 00 






75 00 




90 00 


90 00 






I48 00 




50 00 


50 00 






1 110 00 




1 k05 00 


156 00 




557 8k 




700 00 




700 00 


700 00 

600 00 

3 k70 00 




,M 




580 00 
3 U50 00 




620 GO 
3 k70 00 




197 1(8 




208 00 




218 00 


218 00 




125 77 




125 00 




130 00 


130 00 




1(1(99 69 




k 506 00 




6 730 00 


8 950 00 




52 1(0 

10 883 06 


$ 


50 00 


50 00 
$ 13 lk3 00 


50 00 


$ 


11 052 00 


$ lk 6kk 00 


$ 


1 327 21l 


$ 


2 057 00 


$ 


2 591 00 


$ 765 00 




71 07 




- 




- 


- 




- 


$ 
$ 


500 00 


$ 
$1 


- 


- 


$ 


1 398 31 
83 877 85 


2 557 00 


2 591 00 


$ 765 00 


$ 


96 675 00 


03 917 00 


$107 802 DO 








85. 877 85 






103 917 00 






$180 552 85 






$211 719 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


28 


27 


27 


27 


27 


23 


23 


23 


18 


15 


15 


13 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


5 


k 


k 


k 


1 


i 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 



DISTRICT OFFICES 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Supervising Auditor, Graeme 2 
Supervising Auditor, Grade 1 
Supervising Investigator, Grade 1 
Auditor, Grade 3 
Auditor, Grade 2 
Auditor, Grade 1 
Investigator 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate File Clerk 
Intermediate Information Clerk 
Junior Clerk 



21 

if 

12 
11 
11 
10 

6 

k 

I 

2 



; 3 6k0 00 

6 511 28 

5 670 97 

5 k80 00 

56 232 71 

Hi 177 kl 

2).l 302 75 

658 72 

2 3k0 00 

3E66kk 

570 97 

657 96 

2 098 39 



3 8k0 00 


5 560 


00 


7 080 


00 


5 880 00 


60 610 


00 


k5 573 


00 


25 520 00 


3 000 


00 


1 560 


00 


k 380 


00 


800 00 


880 


00 


2 160 


00 



3 8k0 00 

6 600 00 

7 080 00 
5 880 00 

61 560 00 

k7 880 00 

26 160 00 

3 600 00 

1 560 00 
k 7ko 00 

1 200 00 

1 320 00 

2 160 00 



3 8k0 00 

6 600 00 

7 080 00 
5 880 00 

61 560 00 

k7 880 00 

26 160 00 

3 600 00 

1 560 00 

k 7ko 00 

1 200 00 

1 320 00 

2 160 00 



Page 48 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH 1 90TH 1 91ST j 92D 


1940-41 



9ji 85 82 82 

— _L -2 _2 
9li 85 81) 81l 



MOTOR TRANSPORTATION LICENSE TAX DIVISION 
DISTRICT OFFICES 

SALARIES AND WAGES - Continued 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part time) 
Allotment for salary adjustments 
Estimated pro rata charges: 

Auditors and Investigators 

Building 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 
Auditor, Grade 1 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
Less abatements for services rendered 
to other State agencies 

Net totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Building 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AMD EXPENSE 
Office 

Auditing and investigation 
Building 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, DISTRICT OFFICES 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIOM 



6 $ 1 122 81i $ 1 160 00 



11 



- 


- 




3 910 


00 


17 450 00 


18 157 49 

120 52 


18 160 
120 


00 
00 


19 976 

152 

$202 598 


00 
00 

00 


21 792 00 
i4ii 00 


$172 188 k3 


$186 283 


00 


$212 9li6 00 


_ 


_ 




3 31i0 00 
$206 1)38 00 


k 080 00 


$172 188 1l5 


$186 283 


00 


$217 026 00 


-112 25 


- 




- 




- 


$172 076 20 


$186 283 


00 


$206 108 


00 


$217 026 00 


$ 1 086 50 

78 10 

497 16 

5 971 69 


$ 1 125 

106 

520 

4 076 


00 
00 
00 
00 


$ 1 520 00 

113 00 

5U2 00 
5 355 00 


$ 1 190 00 
118 00 

51l2 00 

5 425 00 


$ 5 655 45 


$ 5 827 


00 


$ 7 555 


00 


$ 7 275 00 


$ 67 80 

568 61 

50? 75 

20 974 52 

2 150 5I1 

1 921 65 

1 252 50 

55 99 

5 865 57 


$ 72 

37 £ 
328 

21 117 

2 256 

1 975 

1 300 

43 

ii 058 


00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 


$ H6 
1(10 

647 
22 415 

2 510 
2 010 
1 680 

46 
6 42lt 


00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 


$ 116 00 

1)10 00 

309 00 

22 1)15 00 

2 310 00 

2 010 00 

1 780 00 

1)6 00 

7 511 00 


$ 50 926 51 


$ 31 525 


00 


$ 36 088 


00 


$ 36 907 00 


$ 86I1 50 


$ 405 
1 000 

$ 1 405 


00 
00 

00 


$ 2 803 
5 050 

$ 7 855 

$257 714 


00 
00 

00 

00 


$ 1 511 00 
5 550 00 


$ 861j 50 


$ 5 061 00 


$209 500 ii6 


$225 olio 00 
209 500 1)6 


$266 269 00 
257 714 00 




$1l54 540 46 






$525 983 00 



RETAIL SALES TAX LEDGER UNIT 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

1 1 # * Supervising Account Clerk, Grade 2 

1 - - - Supervising Account Clerk, Grade 1 

1 1 * * Intermediate Account Clerk 

11** Intermediate File Clerk 

1 1 * * Junior Typist-Clerk 

10 9 * * Bank Posting Machine Operator 

1 1 * * Adding Machine Operator 

5 5 * * Junior Clerk 

_- _- _* _» Temporary help 

21 19 * * Totals, Salaries and Wages 



16 


$ 1 320 00 


$ 2 760 00 


$ 


1 260 00 


- 


1 320 00 


1 kko 00 


5 


1 220 00 


1 320 00 


? 


860 00 


960 00 


1 


9 858 00 


10 800 00 


980 00 


1 080 00 


2 


5 137 35 


li 52li 00 


- 


1 514 23 


2 020 00 



21 1)69 58 $ 24 904 00 



* See Retail Sales Tax section of this budget for expenditures of 
the 91st and 92nd fiscal years. 



UNI STRATI VE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 49 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH S-IST 920 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY- FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



RETAIL SALES TAX LEDGER UNIT - Continued 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, RETAIL SALES TAX LEDGER UNIT 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



! 7714- 9h 


$ 


880 00 


I 515 82 


$ 


560 00 


I 29 92 


$ 


550 00 


5 22 790 26 


$ 26 69!; 00 
22 790 26 



$ k9 kQk 26 



» See Retail Sales Tax section of this budget for expenditures of 
the 91st an( l 92nd fiscal years. 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY -SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1957-58 


1958-1L9 


1959-1*0 


191l0-1l1 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 

Taxes: 

Gross premiums tax on insurance companies 

Motor transportation license tax 

Private car company tax 

Retail sales and use taxes (transferred from 

Retail Sales Tax Fund) 
Alcoholic beverage taxes (transferred from 
Alcohol Beverage Control Fund): 
Beer and wines excise tax 
Distilled spirits excise tax 

Totals, Taxes 

License Fees: 
Motor transportation license fees 
Liquor license fees (General Fund's share, 

transferred from Alcohol Beverage Control Fund) 

Totals, License Fees 

Totals, Revenues 

Totals for biennium 



$ 6 769 965 50 $ 7 100 000 00 

2 252 kt>2 22 2 500 000 00 

Ii20 000 00 



7 000 000 00 $ 7 100 000 00 

2 lj.00 000 00 2 bho 000 00 
590 000 00 l\ko 000"00 



81; 715 625 07 86 116 HlI 00 91 722 1;58 00 92 1;55 765 00 



1 971; 720 1;5 
8 165 828 1;6 



1 906 500 00 
7 ij.50 000 00 



2 050 000 00 
7 900 000 00 



2 050 000 00 
8 100 000 00 



$105 858 599 50 $105 292 1|1l1 00 $111 1;62 I4.58 00 $112 585 765 00 

$ ioIl 150 00 $ 80 000 00 $ 80 000 00 $ 80 000 00 

1 882 819 77 1 1;65 99I; 00 1 lt?l 700 00 1 580 000 00 

$ 1 986 9l;9 77 $ 1 5l;5 991; 00 $ 1 511 700 00 $ 1 1;60 000 00 



$105 8I4.5 5l;9 27 $106 858 1;55 00 $112 97k 158 00 $111; 0l;5 765 00 
105 8fe 5fo 27 



$212 685 981; 27 



112 974 158 00 

$227 019 925 00 



Page 50 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
Retail Sales Tax Division 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 

CROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

193B-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 9IST | 9ZD 


1940-41 



RETAIL SALES TAX FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

1125 1055 1175 1175 Salaries and wages 

Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$1 6^5 7 >95 kz $1 856 5E0 00 

57 696 k2 58 081 00 

229 857 51 259 269 00 

"" oEE " 



21 Oljil 05 



27 169 00 



$2 2li6 505 00 $2 568 076 00 

ek 859 00 6E 162 00 

552 795 00 558 798 00 

kl 471 00 52 869 00 



$1 9li5 975 18 $2 180 859 00 $2 711 E30 00 $2 825 905 00 
1 9fo 97? 18 2 711 450 00 



12li 852 18 



$5 555 555 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


"1 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


h 


h 


h 


12 


10 


9 


9 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


5 


5 


5 


12 


12 


12 


12 


39 


28 


28 


28 


12 


12 


12 


12 


h 


5 


5 


5 


9 


H 


H 


H 


76 


6R 


67 


67 


6 


6 


6 


6 


2S 


22 


22 


22 


16 


16 


16 


16 


9 


7 


7 


7 


11 
29 


£ £ £ 


'I 


15 


x i 


\ 


1 


2 


2 


2 


h 


5 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


? 


2 


? 


? 


fi 


6 


6 


6 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


? 


? 


? 


? 


5 


E 


It 


E 


25 


21 


21 


21 


1 


1 


1 


1 


6 


5 


5 


5 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1. 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 



HEADQUARTERS 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Chief of Division 
Administrative Assistant 
Senior Assistant Tax Counsel 
Junior Assistant Tax Counsel 
Associate Tax Counsel 
Sales Tax Counsel 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Principal Sales Tax Auditor 
Assistant Principal Sales Tax Auditor 
Supervising Auditor^ Grade 2 
Supervising Auditor, Grade 1 
Auditor^ Grade 5 
Auditor, Grade 2 
Auditor, Grade 1 
Senior Clerk 
Intermediate Clerk 
Junior Clerk 
Senior Account Clerk 
Intermediate Account Clerk 
Junior Account Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk 
Junior Typist-Clerk 
Calculating Machine Operator 
Key Punch Operator 
Photocopying Machine Operator 
Junior Messenger 
Office Manager 

Supervising Account Clerk, Grade 2 
Supervising Account Clerk, Grade 1 
Supervising Clerk, Grade 2 
Supervising Clerk, Grade 1 
Supervising File Clerk, Grade 1 
Senior File Clerk 
Intermediate File Clerk 
Adding Machine Operator 
Addressograph Operator 
Supervising Addressograph Operator 
Senior Stock Clerk 
Intermediate Stock Clerk 
Intermediate Shipping Clerk 
Mechanical Handyman 
Stationary Engineman (part time) 
Skilled Laborer 
Wat chman 

Women's Rest Room Attendant 
Tabulating Machine Operator 
Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 
Estimated pro rata credits: 
Cashier 
Mailing 



55 


$ 5 650 00 


$ 6 E80 


00 


$ 6 E80 00 


$ 6 E80 00 


19 


2 100 00 


- 




- 


- 


17 


E 665 00 


5 51IL 


00 


5 700 00 


5 700 00 


12 


1 612 59 

5 057 n 


1 560 

7 hho 


00 


2 OllO 00 


2 OllO 00 


22 


00 


7 kho 00 


7 kho 00 


27 


E E75 00 
6 687 75 


E 800 


00 


li 800 00 


h 800 00 


10 


7 350 


00 


7 kho 00 


7 1|1;0 00 


6 


12 52b la 


Di 570 


00 


13 200 00 

E 560 00 
5 i80 00 


13 200 00 

E 560 00 
3 Eso 00 


26 


k 260 00 


E 560 
5 E80 


00 


20 


5 580 00 


00 


21 


5 6Eo 00 


5 8ho 


00 


5 8E0 00 


3 8Eo 00 


19 


8 618 75 


9 0E0 
5E 850 


00 


10 080 00 


10 080 00 


l 7 


50 255 00 


00 


55 100 00 

eh 080 00 


35 100 00 
6k 080 00 


Hi 


61 667 02 


65 663 


00 


n 


21 8U-7 69 


25 220 


00 


25 280 00 


25 280 00 


9 


5 920 00 


5 61l0 


00 


5 61l0 00 


5 6E0 00 


5 


8 189 65 


10 270 00 


10 hho 00 


10 kho 00 


2 


55 to 67 


65 52E 


00 


65 880 00 


65 880 00 


10 


9 085 09 


10 950 


00 


11 760 00 


11 760 00 


6 


26 I150 55 


30 8i7 


00 


51 680 00 


51 680 00 


I 


11 005 92 


17 122 


00 


17 280 00 


17 280 00 


6 2li9 89 


6 799 


00 


7 680 00 


7 680 00 


5 


10 582 75 


17 391 
2ll Eoo 


00 


17 880 00 


17 880 00 


2 


22 670 58 


00 


26 58O 00 


26 580 00 


I 


21 865 7J4. 


21 liliO 

E 620 


00 


21 k80 00 


21 1(80 00 


5 887 10 


00 


h 620 00 


h 620 00 


6 


110 00 


2 610 


00 


2 61|.0 00 


2 61l0 00 


1 


908 Oil 


2 518 


00 


2 520 00 


2 520 00 


2 ? 


5 61l0 00 


5 8E0 


00 


5 8E0 00 


3 8li0 00 


16 
lit 


5 250 00 
12 660 00 


5 700 
4 250 

6 760 


00 
00 


5 700 00 

14 280 00 


5 700 00 

lE 280 00 


15 


6 915 88 


00 


7 560 00 
2 Eoo 00 


7 560 00 
2 Eoo 00 


15 


2 200 00 


2 Eoo 


00 


11 


2 lii5 5E 


5 8I4-O 


00 


5 8I4.0 00 


3 8E0 00 


9 


k 200 00 


6 720 


00 


6 720 00 


6 720 00 


2 


25 5E0 62 


26 9E2 


00 


27 720 00 


27 720 00 


7E0 99 
5 597 Hi 


1 080 


00 


1 080 00 


1 080 00 


it 


5 8E6 


00 


5 880 00 


5 880 00 


8 


120 00 


- 




- 


- 


9 


71l0 52 


1 5E0 


00 


1 680 00 


1 680 00 


5 


1 220 00 


910 
1 WO 


00 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 


5 


1 5E0 00 


00 


1 IlIlO 00 


1 EEo 00 


7 


1 820 00 


1 920 


00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


12 


6il0 00 


8E0 


00 


8Eo 00 


8E0 00 


- 


1 m 55 


1 520 


00 


1 520 00 


1 520 00 


5 


1 ofe 25 


1 200 


00 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 


5 


50 00 


1 200 


00 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 


6 


100 65 


- 




- 


- 


- 


10 577 20 


10 600 


00 


8 600 00 


10 600 00 


- 


- 






29 E60 00 


61 680 00 


_ 


-6 575 62 


-6 576 


00 


-7 258 00 


-7 896 00 


- 


-9 251 87 


-9 258 


00 


-10 58O 00 


-11 50I1 00 



ADMINISTRAT] 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
Retail Sales Tax Division 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 51 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-36 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



HEADQUARTERS 

SALARIES AND WAGES - Continued 

- - - - Building 

_= _^ _jl _z_ Vacation abatements 

371 32? 325 325 Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 

1 1 Auditor, Grade 3 

- - 5 5 Auditor, Grade 2 

- - 5 5 Intermediate Account Clerk 
--11 Calculating Machine Operator 

- - 2 2 Junior Account Clerk 

- - 1 1 Junior Typist-Clerk 

- - 2 2 Junior Clerk 

_z. _z _2 _2_ Junior Messenger 

371 327 3Wl 3hk Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Executive 
Legal 
Auditing 
Office 
Collections 
Cashier 
Tabulating 
Mailing 
Building 
Printing 
Automobile 
Dexigraph 
Addressograph 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Executive 
Legal 
Auditing 
Office 
Collections 
Cashier 
Tabulating 
Mailing 
Building 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 

Compensation insurance 
Dexigraph 
Addressograph 
Newspaper clippings 
Pro rata departmental administration 

Totals, Service and Expense 



- $ -5 075 76 


$ -5 095 00 


$ -5 9lii 00 


- ,23 00 


-56 80 


- 


- 


- 


$il21 305 111 


$487 317 00 


$521 948 00 


$551 077 00 


l l 


_ 


2 760 00 


2 9ll0 00 


1 : 


- 


11 koo 00 
6 eco 00 


12 000 00 


- 


7 200 00 


5 


- 


1 200 00 


1 320 00 


3 


- 


2 0).C 00 


2 160 00 


2 


- 


960 00 


1 020 00 


2 


- 


1 920 00 


2 OllO 00 


1 


- 


1 c80 00 
$550 508 00 


: ice :: 


$421 503 ia 


$187 317 00 


$584 557 00 


$ 59 2? 
56 ek 


$ 60 00 

56 00 


$ 75 00 

60 00 


I 75 00 
60 00 


207 76 


210 00 


250 00 


250 00 


lf tt 


7 800 00 


9 500 00 


7 900 00 


18 00 


20 00 


20 00 


445 29 


li50 00 


J4.75 00 


475 00 


177 hi 


520 00 


350 00 


550 00 


178 00 


16C 00 


180 00 


979 70 


980 00 


1 000 00 


1 000 00 


21 921 58 
6 £05 Si 

650 47 


22 000 00 


22 000 00 


22 000 00 


500 00 


500 00 


500 00 
6 £20 00 


6 420 00 


6 k20 00 


650 00 


650 00 


650 00 


$ 59 476 ia 


$ 39 61i2 00 


$ ia 1180 00 


$ ?9 680 00 


$ 75 08 


$ 75 00 


$ 30 00 


$ 30 00 


4 552 38 


1; 560 00 


ll 600 00 


ll 600 00 


77 92 


80 00 


100 00 


100 00 


101; 99 


110 00 


1 I130 00 


110 00 


9 20 


10 00 


10 00 


10 00 


512 08 

1 men 


520 00 


520 00 


520 00 


1 890 00 


1 900 00 


1 900 00 


219 83 


220 00 


230 00 


250 00 


6 751 76 


6 800 00 


8 820 00 


200 00 


5 190 09 


5 200 00 


3 200 00 


3 200 00 


1 907 08 


1 910 00 


2 060 00 


1 950 00 


16 709 49 


16 800 00 


16 800 00 


16 800 00 


925 20 


950 00 


950 00 


1 000 00 


890 69 


900 00 


900 00 


900 00 


26 m % 


27 Olii 00 


1l2 2li0 00 


57 465 00 


255 00 


235 00 


235 00 


627 52 


650 00 


650 00 


650 00 


408 98 


4io 00 


410 00 


lao 00 


loll 65 


110 00 


125 00 


125 00 


- 


- 


21 150 00 

$106 lao 00 


21 150 00 


$ 65 656 95 


$ 66 liol; 00 


$111 655 00 



Fage 52 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
Retail Sales Tax Division 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH 90TH| 91ST 92D 


1940-41 



HEADQUARTERS - Continued 

EQUIPMENT 
Executive 
Legal 
Auditing 
Office 
Collections 
Cashier 
Tabulating 
Building 
Automobile 
Dexigraph 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, HEADQUARTERS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



3 09 

206 )|J 

570 33 

891 69 

27 65 

119 28 

2 28 

2 66 

it 8k 



25 00 


$ 3I43 00 
I488 CO 


$ 


85 00 
9hk oo 


139 00 


2 112 00 


1 202 00 


c 988 oo 


Hi 731; 00 


8 5kk 00 



50c 00 



$ 3 828 25 


$ 8 0k2 00 


$ 18 177 00 


$ 9 885 00 


$530 2k5 00 


$601 k05 00 

530 2I15 00 


$716 575 00 


$7^5 957 00 

716 575 00 



$1 131 650 00 



$1 ij.62 532 00 



1 1 


1 1 


12 12 


12 12 


5 5 


5 5 


l? 17 


17 17 


56 36 


36 36 


171 171 171 171 


188 179 179 179 


2 2 


2 2 


12 li ll 14 


96 87 


85 85 


28 2 


2 2 


1 1 


1 1 


5 5 


5 5 


li2 14-2 


I12 I42 


28 23 


23 23 


2 2 


2 2 


6 5 


5 5 


20 20 


19 19 


1 1 


1 1 


6 6 


6 6 


3 3 


3 5 


1 2 


2 2 


h 3 


5 5 


2 2 


2 2 


3 3 


5 5 


3 2 


2 2 


10 9 


9 9 


12 13 


13 13 


28 31 


30 30 


1 1 


1 1 


3 2 


2 2 


- 1 


1 1 



75)4 706 762 702 



DISTRICT OFFICES 

SALARIES AND WAGES ' 

District Tax Administrator; Grade 2 

District Tax Administrator, Grade 1 

Supervising Auditor, Grade 2 

Supervising Auditor, Grade 1 

Auditor, Grade 3 

Auditor, Grade 2 

Auditor, Grade 1 

Supervising Investigator, Grade 3 

Supervising Investigator, Grade 2 

Supervising Investigator, Grade 1 

Investigator 

Collector 

Secretary-Stenographer 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

Senior Clerk 

Intermediate Clerk 

Junior Clerk 

Senior Account Clerk 

Intermediate Account Clerk 

Junior Account Clerk 

Senior File Clerk 

Intermediate File Clerk 

Senior Cashier-Clerk 

Assistant Cashier-Clerk 

Intermediate Information Clerk 

Calculating Machine Operator 

Intermediate Typist-Clerk 

Junior Typist-Clerk 

Junior Messenger 

Janitor 

Janitor (part time) 

Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 

Estimated pro rata charges: 

Building, District 8 
Estimated pro rata credits: 

Auditors and Investigators 

Totals, Existing Employments 



$ k 320 00 

I48 960 00 

19 200 00 

58 I4I4O 00 

Wk lj.00 00 

391 320 00 

358 080 00 

6 2l;0 00 

7 ?lio 00 
31 920 00 

171 2k0 00 
3 120 00 

1 920 00 

9 2I4O 00 
60 ii.80 00 

25 380 00 
3 960 00 
6 600 00 

19 200 00 

1 920 00 

8 880 00 
3 300 00 
3 360 00 
3 960 00 
3 8I40 00 

k 200 00 

3 000 00 

11 880 00 

16 920 00 

30 2I4.0 00 

8k0 00 

696 00 

kB 00 

2 600 00 

155 595 00 

288 00 

-I42 598 00 

$1 21I4 092 01 $1 369 023 00 $1 I467 li87 00 $1 5I40 929 00 



21t 


$ I4 220 00 


$ k 320 00 


$ I4 320 00 


27 


I47 100 00 


I48 690 00 


I48 960 00 


21 


18 200 00 


19 200 00 


19 200 00 


19 


53 766 29 


58 350 00 


58 I4I4O 00 


l '! 


88 70I4 59 


103 710 00 


10)4 koo 00 


ik 


3li5 078 63 


387 618 00 


591 320 00 


11 


310 828 77 


3)4.7 56)4 00 


358 080 00 


19 


5 8l;0 00 


6 2I4O 00 


6 2)40 00 


16 


7 080 00 


7 7I4O 00 


7 7I40 00 


Lk 


15 808 00 


31 39l4 00 

169 to 00 


31 920 00 


11 


155 853 87 
18 2o£ 83 


171 2I40 00 


7 


3 090 00 


3 120 00 


11 


1 812 50 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


10 


8 7I4O 00 


9 133 00 


9 2I40 00 


6 

k 


h8 158 33 
2I4 938 66 


59 136 00 
2k 3ki 00 


60 I48O 00 

25 380 00 


9 


2 390 00 


3 870 00 


3 960 00 


5 


k 320 00 


6 360 00 


6 600 00 


2 


15 061 05 


19 178 00 


19 200 00 


10 


1 820 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


6 


7 250 68 


8 818 00 


8 880 00 


3 


2 622 08 


2 960 00 


3 300 00 


9 


1 580 00 


3 327 00 


3 360 00 


5 


h 665 li3 


3 960 00 


3 960 00 


10 


3 6I4O 00 


3 8I40 00 
k 200 00 


3 8I40 00 
k 200 00 


6 


3 182 76 


6 


2 970 00 
9 4.66 03 


3 000 00 


3 000 00 


5 


11 I427 00 


11 880 00 


5 


11 721 17 


16 185 00 


16 920 00 


2 


20 129 17 


29 0I47 00 


30 2I40 00 


1 


790 00 


8ko 00 


8I4O 00 


5 


716 01 


696 00 


696 00 


5 


- 


28 00 


k8 00 




2 529 62 


2 530 00 


2 600 00 


- 


- 


- 


78 6I45 00 


- 


239 99 


2k0 00 


26I4 00 


- 


-35 336 li5 


-35 35l4 00 


-38 866 00 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
Retail Sales Tax Division 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



rage 53 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



ULin 
unoc 

caour 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY. NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY. FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



DISTRICT OFFICES 

SALARIES AND WAGES - Continued 
Proposed new positions: 



- - 10 


10 


Auditor, Grade 2 


- - 70 


70 


Auditor, Grade 1 


- - l 


1 


Supervising Investigator, Grade 1 


- - lit 


14 


Investigator 


- - l 


1 


Investigator 


- - l 


1 


Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Account Clerk 


] 


1 


- - 4 


4 


Junior Stenographer-Clerk 


- - 3 


3 


Junior Typist-Clerk 


- - 2 


2 


Junior Account Clerk 


_L. -Z. _1 


1 


Junior Clerk 


754 706 810 810 


Totals, Salaries and Wages 






MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 






Office 






Auditing and investigation 






Building 






Printing 






Automobile 






Totals, Materials and Supplies 






SERVICE AND EXPENSE 






Administration 






Office 






Auditing and investigation 






Building 






Traveling 






Telephone and telegraph 






Postage 






Automobile 






Freight, cartage and express 






Rent 






Compensation insurance 






Pro rata departmental administration 






Totals, Service and Expense 






EQUIPMENT 






Administration 






Office 






Auditing and investigation 






Automobile 



Totals, Equipment 
TOTALS, DISTRICT OFFICES 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



1), 


$ 


$ 




$ 22 800 


00 


$ 24 000 00 


il 








134 400 


00 


1)42 800 00 


lit 


- 


- 




2 280 00 


2 400 00 


11 


- 


- 




26 880 00 


28 560 00 


11 


- 


- 




2 OllO 00 


2 160 00 


6 


- ' 


- 




1 320 


00 


1 kko 00 


6 


- 


- 




1 320 


00 


1 440 00 
4 560 00 


4 


- 


- 




4 320 00 


2 


- 


- 




2 880 


00 


3 060 00 


3 


1 


- 




2 040 


00 


2 160 00 


2 


- 


- 




■<:U UO 

$1 668 727 00 


1 020 00 




$1 214 092 01 


$1 369 023 


00 


$1 754 529 00 




$ 4 065 ok 


$ 4 052 


00 


$ 1; 5I17 


00 


$ 4 290 00 




111 01 


44 


00 


50 


00 


50 00 




284 98 


289 


00 


344 


00 


344 00 




340 97 
13 490 01 


356 


00 


388 


00 


388 00 




13 698 


00 


17 350 


00 


18 310 00 




$ 18 220 01 


% 18 439 


00 


$ 22 479 


00 


$ 23 382 00 




$ 201 26 


$ 220 


00 


$ 220 


00 


$ 220 00 




2 050 63 


2 111 


00 


2 332 


00 


2 224 00 




3 101 27 


3 273 


00 


3 652 


00 


3 652 00 




1 173 63 


1 215 


00 


1 951 


00 


1 679 00 




89 455 36 


94 931 


00 


102 220 


00 


102 220 00 




12 098 54 


12 133 


00 


12 475 


00 


12 455 00 




10 984 67 


11 039 


00 


11 125 


00 


11 125 00 




5 172 87 


5 258 


00 


6 285 


00 


6 535 00 




255 05 


254 


00 


296 


00 


296 00 
47 147 00 




39 622 07 


42 431 


00 


46 219 


00 




85 03 


- 




- 




- 




- 


- 




58 150 
$244 925 


00 
00 


58 150 00 




$164 200 38 


$172 865 


00 


$245 703 00 




$ 128 74 


$ 




$ 




$ 




7 078 69 


4 220 


00 


13 l4l 


00 


8 464 00 




760 56 


- 




- 




- 




9 247 79 


14 907 


00 


15 850 


00 


14 150 00 




$ 17 215 78 


$ 19 127 


00 


$ 28 991 


00 


$ 22 614 00 




$1 413 728 18 $1 579 454 


00 


$1 965 122 


00 $2 046 228 00 






1 I1I3 728 18 






1 965 122 00 






$2 993 182 18 






;4 011 350 00 



RETAIL SALES TAX LEDGER UNIT 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

* .# 1 1 Supervising Account Clerk, Grade 

* * 1 1 Intermediate Account Clerk 
##11 Intermediate File Clerk 
##11 Junior Typist-Clerk 
##99 Bank Posting Machine Operator 
##11 Adding Machine Operator 
##55 Junior Clerk 

* # - - Temporary help 

* # - - Allotment for salary adjustments 

* # 19 19 Totals, Salaries and Wages 



16 

6 
5 

2 



2 76O 00 
1 440 00 

1 320 00 
960 00 

10 800 00 

1 080 00 

4 800 00 

2 020 00 
1 890 00 



2 76O 00 
1 440 00 

1 520 00 
960 00 

10 800 00 

1 080 00 

4 800 00 

2 020 00 

3 810 00 



$ 27 070 00 t 28 990 00 



# See General Fund section of this budget for expenditures of the 89th and 90th fiscal years. 



Page 54 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
Retail Sales Tax Division 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
BANGE 

csoor 

NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 


1940-41 



RETAIL SALES TAX LEDGER UNIT - Continued 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Pro rata departmental administration 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, LEDGER UNIT 



$ 900 00 $ 900 00 



560 00 
900 00 


$ 560 00 
900 00 


1 ii.60 00 


$ 1 luSO 00 


503 00 


$ 570 00 


29 735 00 


$ 31 720 00 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 
# See General Fund section of this budget for expenditures of the 89th and 90th fiscal years. 



29 755 00 

$ 61 ];55 00 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
Retail Sales Tax Division 

REVENUES 



Page 55 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1957-58 


1958-59 


1959-ljO 


19llO-l|l 



FOR THE RETAIL SALES TAX FUND 



Taxes: 

Retail Sales and Use Taxes* 
License Fees: 

Permit Fees 

Totals, Revenues 

Less transfers to General Fund 

Net Totals, Revenues 



Totals for biennium 



$ 86 658 195 81 $ 88 500 000 00 $ 9k k?o 000 00 $ 95 500 000 00 

75 955 59 70 000 00 70 000 00 70 000 00 

$ 86 752 151 ko $ 88 570 000 00 $ 9k 520 000 00 $ 95 570 000 00 

-eli 715 625 07 -86 116 llq 00 -91 722 lt58 00 -92 455 765 00 

$ 2 016 526 55 $ 2 255 859 00 $ 2 797 5^2 00 $ 2 9Ui 255 00 

2 016 526 55 2 797 5k2 00 



$ k 270 585 55 



$ 5 711 777 00 



* Includes actual and estimated amounts to be collected by the Controller 
as deductions from Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Refunds. • 



STATEMENT OF UNBUDGETED SURPLUS 
Retail Sales Tax Fund 



Estimated unbudgeted surplus, July 1, 1959 
Estimated revenue for biennium 1939-191U- 
Less transfers to General Fund 

Total 

Less proposed expenditures for biennium 1959-19^1: 
Support 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

Total proposed expenditures 

Estimated unbudgeted surplus, June 50, 19^1 



$139 890 000 00 
184 178 225 00 



Nil 



$ 5 711 777 00 



5 555 555 00 

176 hh.2 00 



5 711 777 00 

Nil 



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ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Division 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH 1 90TH 1 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



kk2 k28 k30 k30 



ALCOHOL BEVERAGE CONTROL FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$810 62k 97 

99 109 21 

151 343 93 

22 869 99 



$1 116 9k8 10 $1 15k 
1 116 



$883 889 00 

100 639 00 

15k 363 00 

15 87k 00 



765 00 

948 10 



$2 271 713 10 



$961 kk3 00 $1 016 496 00 
102 593 00 102 358 00 

199 106 00 199 228 00 
23 485 00 18 667 00 

$1 286 627 00 $1 336 7k9 00 
1 286 627 00 

$2 623 376 00 



1 


] 


1 


1 


? 


? 


? 


? 


c; 


6 


6 


6 


8 


4 


4 


4 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


I 


\ 


| 


ft 


7 


4 


4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


I 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 



61 54 54 54 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT 
HEADQUARTERS 

SAURIES AND WAGES 

State Liquor Administrator 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

Intermediate Clerk 

Senior Assistant Tax Counsel 

Associate Chief of Division 

Supervising Account Clerk, Grade 1 

Senior Account Clerk 

Intermediate Account Clerk 

Senior Clerk 

Junior Clerk 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

Senior Cashier-Clerk 

Intermediate Typist-Clerk 

Junior Typist-Clerk 

Senior File Clerk 

Intermediate File Clerk 

Supervising Billing Machine Operator 

Billing Machine Operator 

Key Punch Operator 

Tabulating Machine Operator 

Seasonal help 

Temporary help 

Retroactive salary increases, Liquor Control 

Officers (Templeton, et al vs. Personnel Boardi 
Allotment for salary adjustments 
Estimated pro rata charges: 

Cashier 

Mailing 

Building 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Executive 
Licensing 
Cashier 
Mailing 
Building 
Printing 
Automobile 
Tabulating 
Fingerprinting 
Dexigraph prints 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Executive 
Licensing 
Field officers 
Legal 
Cashier 
Evidence 
Mailing 
Building 



33 

10 

6 

5 

x 7 

24 

14 

10 

6 
9 
2 

4 

10 

5 
2 
9 



$ 5 246 6o 
4 279 68 


$ 6 k8o 00 
3 84o 00 


$ 6 48o 00 


$ 6 48o 00 
3 840 00 
8 760 00 


3 8ko 
8 760 


00 


5 678 95 


8 183 00 


00 


5 557 60 
4 273 47 


5 300 00 


5 4oo 


00 


5 4oo 00 


5 700 00 
k 080 00 


5 700 


00 


5 700 00 
4 080 00 


3 828 39 


4 080 00 


190 00 


2 280 00 


2 280 00 


2 280 00 


1 820 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 


00 


1 920 00 


1 460 00 


1 560 00 


1 560 


00 


1 %0 00 


6 465 34 
5 617 76 
4 869 49 


7 351 00 


7 kko 


00 


7 440 00 


7 695 00 


7 860 


-00 


7 860 00 


4 320 00 


4 320 


00 


4 320 00 


1 820 00 


1 920 00 
1 44o 00 


1 920 
1 440 


00 


1 920 00 

1 44o 00 


1 340 00 


00 


2 138 22 


4 116 00 


4 800 


00 


4 800 00 


1 580 00 


1 680 00 


1 680 


00 


1 680 00 


3 537 64 


3 930 00 


3 960 


00 


3 960 00 


1 360 00 


1 560 00 


1 560 


00 


1 560 00 


3 186 94 


3 568 00 


3 600 


00 


3 600 00 


2 029 03 


2 850 00 


3 420 


00 


3 420 00 


l 220 00 


1 320 00 


1 320 


00 


1 320 00 


2 743 02 


4 030 00 
1 142 00 


4 160 


00 


4 160 00 


1 142 00 


1 142 


00 


1 142 00 


4 166 70 


_ 


_ 




_ 


- 


- 


5 220 


00 


10 860 00 


2 423 13 


2 425 00 


2667 


00 


2 909 00 


5 123 40 


5 125 00 


5 637 


00 


6 149 00 

1 781 00 


1 482 25 


1 485 00 


1633 


00 


$ 84 579 61 


$ 95 300 00 


$103 799 


00 


$110 341 00 


$ 53 44 


$ 54 00 


$ 54 


00 


$ 54 00 


5 990 39 


5 795 00 


6 110 


00 


5 795 00 


54 05 

72 43 

266 91 


55 00 
74 00 


55 

74 


00 
00 


55 00 
74 00 


270 00 


270 


00 


270 00 


3 564 80 


3 600 00 


3 600 


00 


3 600 00 


1 22k 19 
286 5k 


1 385 00 


l 465 


00 


1 465 00 


290 00 


290 


00 


290 00 


1 03 


- 


- 




- 


- 


200 00 

$ 11 723 00 


200 00 
$ 12 118 00 


200 00 


$ 11 513 78 


$ 11 803 00 


$ k23 39 


$ 280 00 


$ 280 00 


$ 280 00 


5?9 07 


530 00 


820 00 


530 00 


61 50 


62 00 


62 


00 


62 00 


6 000 00 


6, 000 00 


6 000 00 


6 000 00 


45 86 


46 00 


50 


00 


50 00 


lk 56 


15 00 


20 


00 


20 00 


1 792 58 


100 00 


100 


00 


100 00 


1 793 00 


2 380 


00 


100 00 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Division 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 57 



ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT 
HEADQUARTERS 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE - Continued 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 

Tabulating 

Compensation insurance 
Press clipping 
Pro rata departmental administration 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Executive 
Licensing 
Field officers 
Cashier 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, HEADQUARTERS 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



3 292 61 

1 529 26 
7 580 17 

1 1J0 50 

550 86 

7 276 52 

1 579 21 

12 66 



3 295 00 
1 U50 00 

7 580 00 
1 200 00 

351 00 

8 150 00 
1 580 00 

552 00 
155 00 



3 300 00 

1 490 00 

7 600 00 

1 200 00 

5lj_o 00 

9 926 00 

1 600 00 

51l2 00 

155 00 

5 750 00 



3 300 00 
1 foo 00 
7 600 00 
1 200 00 

5U.0 00 

12 575 00 

1 600 00 
51l2 00 

155 00 
5 750 00 



$ 31 595 57 $ 3? 077 00 $ ho 605 00 $ 50 6I4I; 00 



158 80 

383 36 

90 59 
267 29 

12 05 



96 00 
915 00 



2 257 00 



$ 912 09 $ 3 258 00 



$128 600 95 



$11^ 358 00 
128 600 95 

$271 958 95 



192 00 
2 337 00 



$159 051 00 



1 910 00 
1 000 00 



2 529 00 $ 2 910 00 



$165 698 00 
159 051 00 



$325 7li9 00 



12 


12 


12 


12 


30 


32 


32 


32 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 
5 


i 


i 


I 


23 


19 


19 


19 


12 


12 


12 


12 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


6 


6 


6 


5 


3 


3 


3 


201 


200 


200 


200 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 



307 302 302 302 



DISTRICT OFFICES 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Chief Liquor Control Officer 22 

Supervising Liquor Control Officer 15 

Referee 19 

Hearing Reporter I4 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 10 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 6 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk ll 

Senior Information Clerk 9 

Intermediate Typist-Clerk 5 

Intermediate File Clerk 5 

Intermediate Information Clerk 6 

Junior Clerk 2 

Junior Fingerprint Technician 5 

Liquor Control Office 1 " 12 

Senior Account Clerk 10 

Junior Typist -Clerk 2 

Special Investigator 15 
Temporary help 
Retroactive salary increases, Liquor Control 

Officers (Templeton et al vs. Personnel Board) 
Allotment for salary adjustments 
Estimated pro rata charges: 

Auditors and Investigators 

Building 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Supervision 
Office 

Field officers 
Evidence 
Building 
Printing 
Automobile 
Fingerprinting 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



14-0 365 17 

72 708 85 

9 830 00 

5 578 55 

5 335 00 

26 560 7I1 

' 518 30 

770 00 

579 11 

220 00 

215 16 

85J4. 03 

730 11 

828 79 

800 00 

hB 00 

516 67 

3 893 35 

69 539 90 



1 
1 
1 
5 

2 

350 

1 



22 
00 



$ 55 520 00 
88 255 00 
10 380 00 

6 850 00 

7 320 00 
27 015 00 
12 262 00 

1 920 00 

2 590 00 

1 320 00 

1 320 00 

5 600 00 

3 600 00 
501 687 00 

1 920 00 
960 00 

2 loo 00 

3 895 00 



560 00 
250 00 



$605 687 95 $62li 505 00 



25 



3 85 

292 70 

93 60 

1 81 
166 58 
901 55 

58 85 



6 00 

2 307 00 

99 00 

3 00 

171 00 

916 00 

25 195 00 

65 00 



$ 55 850 00 
91 200 00 
10 380 00 

6 85o oo 

7 320 00 
27 960 00 
13 150 00 

1 920 00 

2 65o 00 
1 320 00 
1 320 00 
6 000 00 

3 600 00 
513 880 00 

1 920 00 
960 00 

2 5oo 00 

3 900 00 



35 555 00 

616 00 
265 00 



26 



6 00 

520 00 

115 00 

3 00 

180 00 

920 00 

565 00 

87 00 



$ 55 85o 00 
91 200 00 
10 380 00 

6 850 00 

7 320 00 
27 960 00 
13 150 00 

1 920 00 

2 650 00 
1 320 00 
1 320 00 
6 000 00 

3 600 00 
513 880 00 

1 920 00 
960 00 

2 5oo 00 

3 900 00 



73 585 00 

672 00 
288 00 



865 00 $716 985 00 



6 00 

2 330 00 

115 00 

3 00 

180 00 

920 00 

26 705 00 

87 00 



$ 27 655 38 $ 28 761 00 $ 30 195 00 $ 30 355 00 



2-ME-12-31-38 



Page 58 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Division 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-36 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT 
DISTRICT OFFICES - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Supervision 
Office 

Field officers 
Evidence 
Building 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 

Fingerprinting 
Compensation insurance 
Pro rata departmental administration 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Supervision 
Office 
Evidence 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, DISTRICT OFFICES 

TOTALS FOR BIENMUM 



100 08 
972 Ik 

3 jjl9 It 

550 ?k 
55 009 |k 

7 872 60 
5 686 35 

8 8k7 89 

60 56 

18 006 83 

5 009 75 

528 63 



102 00 

993 00 

535 00 

3 H35 00 

552 00 

53 523 00 

7 881 00 

3 702 00 

9 327 00 

63 00 

18 8k7 00 

5 020 00 



$102 595 59 $103 980 00 



$ 237 86 

k 352 51 

ilo 89 

15 856 86 

$ 20 k88 12 
$756 kl6 03 



$ k6 00 

2 lk6 00 

9 7lt5 00 

$ 11 957 00 

$769 182 00 

756 k!6 03 

$1 525 598 03 



105 
38k 



00 
00 



565 00 
3 k67 00 

951 00 

5k 535 00 

7 987 00 

5 757 00 
9 615 00 

63 00 
19 379 00 

6 030 00 

25 500 00 
$133 318 00 



$ 259 00 
2 879 00 

16 8kQ 00 

$ 19 978 00 

$862 356 00 



$ 105 00 

1 302 00 
565 00 

3 k67 00 

396 00 

5k 535 00 

7 975 00 

3 737 00 

9 615 00 

63 00 

19 736 00 

6 510 00 

25 500 00 

$133 506 00 

$ 3k6 00 

2 198 00 

12 350 00 

$ Hi 89k 00 



730 00 
862 356 00 

$1 758 086 00 



TAX ASSESSMENT 



25 25 25 25 
31 30 30 30 

1111 



7k 72 72 72 



7k 72 7k 7k 



SALARIES AND WAGES 
Senior Clerk 
Senior Account Clerk 
Intermediate Account Clerk 
Junior Account Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk 
Junior Typist-Clerk 
Bookkeeping Machine Operator 
Supervising Auditor, Grade 1 
Auditor, Grade 3 
Auditor, Grade 2 
Auditor, Grade 1 
Investigator 

Allotment for salary adjustments 
Estimated pro rata charges: 

Auditors and Investigators 

Cashier 

Mailing 

Building 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 
Auditor, Grade 1 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part time) 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 



9 


$ 2 060 00 


$ 2 160 00 


$ 2 160 00 


$ 2 160 00 


10 


1 820 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


6 


2 220 00 


2 820 00 


2 880 00 


2 880 00 


5 


1 307 3k 
1 I160 00 


1 020 00 


1 020 00 


1 020 00 


6 


1 560 00 


1 560 00 


1 560 00 


k 


538 71 


1 080 00 


1 080 00 


1 080 00 


5 


2 079 55 


2 580 00 


2 6k0 00 


2 6k0 00 

960 00 
1 kko 00 


2 


70 00 


6k0 00 


QbO 00 


6 


1 3ko 00 
9 825 00 


1 kko 00 


1 kko 00 


19 


10 kkO 00 


10 kkO 00 


10 kko 00 


X 7 


5 k8o 00 


5 880 00 


5 880 00 


5 880 00 


tk 


53 732 70 


57 k8o 00 


57 k8o 00 


57 k8o 00 


11 


52 977 92 


56 517 00 


57 720 00 


57 720 00 


11 


1 820 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


- 


- 


- 


8 310 00 


16 830 00 


- 


15 685 68 


15 686 00 


17 25k 00 


18 822 00 


- 


591 20 


592 00 


651 00 


710 00 


- 


193 91 

155 ki 


19k 00 

156 00 


213 00 


232 00 


- 


171 00 


186 00 




$153 357 k2 


$l6k 085 00 


$175 699 00 


$185 880 00 


11 


_ 


_ 


1 920 00 


2 OkO 00 


b 


- 


- 


1 160 00 

$178 779 00 


1 250 00 




$153 357 k2 


$i6k 085 00 


$189 170 00 



3-ME-12-31-38 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Division 



Page 59 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT 
TAX ASSESSMENT - Continued 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Stamps 
Cashier 
Mailing 
Building 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 

Auditing and investigation 
Stamps 

Insurance and safekeeping of stamps 
Cashier 
Mailing 
Building 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 
Pro rata departmental administration 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, TAX ASSESSMENT 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTYNINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



$ 988 89 
56 851 li9 


t 1 000 00 


$ 


1 070 00 


* 1 000 00 


57 000 00 




57 000 00 


57 000 00 


10 27 
1 361 98 


11 00 




11 00 


11 00 


li 00 




li 00 


ll 00 


J4.5 00 




li5 00 


k5 00 


1 570 00 




1 liOO 00 


1 llOO 00 


690 72 


725 00 
$ 60 155 00 


$ 


750 00 


750 00 


i 59 951 05 


60 280 00 


$ 60 210 00 


$ 316 32 


$ 518 00 


$ 


IlIO 00 


$ 520 00 


350 00 


550 00 




550 00 


550 00 


55 10 


- 




_ 


_ 


1 165 91 


1 200 00 




1 200 00 


1 200 00 


12 71 


ali. 00 




111 00 


111 00 


3 92 
. 25H 55 


li 00 




li 00 


li 00 


255 00 




270 00 


255 00 


7 ££ 53 


7 750 00 




7 750 00 


7 750 00 


696 76 


700 00 




720 00 


720 00 


1 25li 79 


1 260 00 




1 260 00 


1 260 00 


263 75 


300 00 




500 00 
880 00 


300 00 


869 20 


880 00 




880 00 


li 235 55 


li 275 00 




li 275 00 


li 275 00 


- 


- 


7 750 00 
t 25 185 00 


7 750 00 


$ 17 152 87 


$ 17 306 00 


$ 25 078 00 


% 702 li3 


$ 179 00 


% 


978 00 


$ 365 00 


767 55 


500 00 

$ 679 00 

$2l|2 225 00 


% 

$2 


- 


500 00 


$ 1 U69 78 


97& 00 
65 220 00 


$ 865 00 


$251 951 12 


$275 521 00 




231 951 12 






265 220 00 




$li7li 156 12 






$514-0 51a 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1957-58 


1958-59 


1959-liO 


19llO-lLl 



FOR THE ALCOHOL 3EVERAGE CONTROL FUND 



Taxes: 

Distilled Spirits Excise Tax 
Beer and Wine Excise Tax* 

Totals, Taxes 

Liquor License Fees 

Totals, Revenues 

Less Transfers to General Fund 

Net Totals, Revenues 
Totals for biennium 



$ 8 165 823 1)6 $ 7 Ii50 000 oo $ 7 900 000 00 $ 8 100 000 00 

1 974 720 ll5 1 906 500 00 2 050 000 00 2 050 000 00 

$10 liio 5I18 91 $ 9 556 500 00 $ 9 950 000 00 $10 150 000 00 

5 977 861 67 5 500 000 00 5 500 000 00 5 500 000 00 

$16 118 lq.o 58 $ili 856 500 00 $15 I4.50 000 00 $15 650 000 00 

-12 025 568 68 -10 822 29li 00 -11 581 700 00 -11 550 000 00 

$ ll 095 OlLl 90 $ ll O5I1 006 00 $ ll 068 500 00 $ ll 120 000 00 

ll 095 Ola 90 ll 068 500 00 



$ 8 129 0li7 90 



$ 8 188 500 00 



* Assessed by the Board of Equalization; collected by the Controller 



Page 60 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Division 

STATEMENT OF UNBUDGETED SURPLUS 



Alcohol Beverage Control Fund 



Estimated unbudgeted surplus, July 1, 1939, representing one half 
of license fees collected from January 1, 1959 "to June JO, 1939 
to be apportioned to cities and counties in October 1939 

Estimated revenue for biennium 1939 _ 19ill 

Less transfers to General Fund 

Net Total, Revenue 

Total 

Less proposed expenditures for biennium 1939~19ij-l : 
Board of Equalization - Support 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 
Apportionments of Liquor License Fees to cities and counties 

Total Expenditures and Apportionments 

Estimated unbudgeted surplus, June 30, 19^1-1, representing one half of estimated 
license fee collections from January 1, 19l|l to June 30, 191)1, to be appor- 
tioned to cities and counties in October 191)1 



*1 550 000 00 



$31 ioo ooo oo 

22 911 700 00 



$2 623 376 00 
6k 92l| 00 

5 500 000 00 



188 500 00 
738 300 00 



8 188 300 00 



$1 550 000 00 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Division 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 61 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AMD EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAX FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

lt2 lij 51 51 Salaries and wages 

Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY. FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



$ 78 858 65 $ 91 599 00 
k lioo 71 l* mi 00 

21 281; h2 21 520 00 

5 iiQl 92 - 

$107 9li5 70 $117 111? 00 
107 9l>5 70 

$225 088 70 



$117 I188 00 

5 555 00 
27 041 00 

6 915 00 



$12-i 1l19 00 

5 2ii5 00 

27 m 00 

5 877 00 



$156 779 00 $159 981; 00 
156 779 00 

$516 765 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 


5 


5 


Z 


- 


I 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 



12 15 15 15 



12 15 19 19 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

HEADQUARTERS 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Chief of Division 

Internal Combustion Engine Technician 
Auditor, Grade 2 
Investigator 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 
Estimated pro rata charges: 

Cashier 

Mailing 

Building 

Salaries of Auditors and Investigators 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 

Supervising Auditor, Grade 1 

Auditor, Grade 2 

Investigator 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 

Auditing and investigation 
Cashier 
Mailing 
Building 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Executive 
Office 

Auditing and investigation 
Cashier 
Mailing 
Building 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 

Compensation insurance 
Pro rata departmental administration 

Totals, Service and Expense 



2t 


$ 


5 680 00 
k 5014. 50 


$ 


k 080 00 


$ 


k 080 00 


$ 


k 080 00 


s 






6 200 


00 




7 200 00 




7 200 00 




2 180 00 




2 280 


00 




2 280 00 




2 280 00 


11 




2 071; 57 




5 OliO 


00 




5 81l0 00 




5 81;0 00 


10 




5 100 00 




1; 500 00 




5 I4.00 00 




5 J4.00 00 


6 




- 




1 100 


00 




1 520 00 




1 520 00 


h 




1 5Ul 55 
258 ko 




2 160 


00 




2 160 00 




2 160 00 








2l;0 


00 




2l;0 00 




2l;0 00 


- 




- 




- 






1 500 00 




5 2l;0 00 


- 




157 51 




158 


00 




171; 00 




190 00 


- 




ll77 06 
165 37 




\l\ 


00 




52); 00 




571 00 


- 






00 




180 00 




196 00 


- 


9 90 
$ 19 699 96 


$ 


- 




$ 


- 


% 


- 




21; 599 


00 


28 898 00 


50 717 00 


s 














5 120 00 




5 500 00 

2 Eoo 00 




- 




- 






2 280 00 




11 




- 




- 






1 920 00 




2 01+0 00 


k 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 




5 2l;0 00 

$ 59 1*.58 00 


% 


5 1l20 00 




19 699 96 


2li 599 


00 


ia 877 00 




$ 


lt-99 k2 


$ 


500 


00 


$ 


590 00 


% 


500 00 






2 U 




1 


00 




1 00 




1 00 








5 


00 




5 00 




5 00 






6 05 




6 


00 




7 00 




7 00 






29 51 




50 


00 




50 00 




50 00 






1 511 60 




1 520 


00 




1 550 00 




1 550 00 






790 59 




800 


00 




1 280 00 




1 280 00 




$ 


2 8ii0 80 


$ 


2 860 00 


$ 


5 14.61 00 


% 


5 571 00 




$ 


151 26 


$ 


152 


00 


$ 


155 00 


% 


155 00 






896 55 




896 


00 




980 00 




900 00 






26 00 




26 


00 




la 00 




la 00 






5 91 




1; 


00 




5 00 




5 00 






8 1I4. 




y 


00 




8 00 




8 00 






198 18 
5 181; 16 




198 00 




258 00 




80 00 








5 185 


00 




5 200 00 




5 200 00 






561 55 




562 


00 




582 00 




562 00 






701 66 




702 


00 




710 00 




710 00 






801; m 




510 


00 




1+00 00 




1;00 00 








806 


00 




50 00 




50 00 








00 




1 1;66 00 




2 126 00 






- 




10 


00 




10 00 




10 00 




$ 


- 


% 


- 




% 


1 600 00 
9 225 00 


% 


1 600 00 




6 669 81 


6 686 


00 


9 627 00 



Page 62 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Division 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




GALAXY 
RANGE 

NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



HEADQUARTERS - Continued 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

Auditing and investigation 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, HEADQUARTERS 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ b97 99 

6 05 

1 690 75 


_ 


$ 2 19b 79 


- 


$ 51 b05 56 


$ 55 9b5 00 
51 £05 56 

$ 65 350 56 



$ 1 727 00 $ 819 00 

1 850 00 1 550 00 

$ 5 577 00 $ 2 169 00 



$ 55 721 00 $ 57 Obb- 00 
55 721 00 

$112 765 00 



? 


? 


? 


? 


5 


b 


h 


k 


8 
7 


I 


7 

8 


I 


1 


1 


1 


1 


6 


5 


h 


k 


2 


2 


2 


z 


1 


1 


1 


1 



50 50 29 29 



50 50 52 32 



DISTRICT OFFICES 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Supervising Auditor, Grade 1 
Auditor, Grade 5 
Auditor, Grade 2 
Auditor, Grade 1 

Supervising Investigator, Grade 2 
Investigator 

Internal Combustion Engine Technician 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Allotment for salary adjustments 
Estimated pro rata charges: 
Auditors and Investigators 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 
Auditor, Grade 1 
Investigator 
Junior Typist-Clerk 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 

Auditing and investigation 
Building 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 

Auditing and investigation 
Building 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 

Compensation insurance 
Pro rata departmental administration 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, DISTRICT OFFICES 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



19 

X l 
Hi 
11 
16 

11 

1 



6 560 00 

6 IlOO 6b, 
16 550 00 
13 028 8b 

2 b80 00 
10 022 57 

2 b09 b8 
980 00 



927 16 



6 960 00 
10 300 00 

15 960 00 

16 317 00 

2 580 00 

9 075 00 

3 800 00 
1 080 00 



928 00 



6 960 00 

11 220 00 

15 960 00 

17 520 00 

2 580 00 

8 bOO 00 

b 800 00 

1 080 00 

5 690 00 

1 020 00 



6 960 00 
11 220 00 

15 960 00 
17 520 00 

2 58O 00 
8 bOO 00 
b 800 00 

1 080 00 
6 810 00 

1 112 00 





% 59 158 69 


% 67 


000 


00 


$ 73 230 00 


$ 76 bb2 00 


17 


_ 




_ 






1 920 00 


2 obo 00 


11 


- 




- 






1 920 00 


2 obo 00 


b 


- 




- 




960 00 
$ 78 030 00 


1 020 00 




$ 5Q 158 69 


$ 67 


000 


00 


$ 81 5b2 00 




% 218 01 


$ 


219 


00 


$ 


230 00 


$ 230 00 




2b b6 




25 


00 




25 00 


25 00 




5 16 




6 


00 




7 00 

58 00 


7 00 
58 00 




b&9b 
1 265 5b 

% 1 559 91 




50 


00 






1 


26b 


00 


$ 


1 55b 00 


1 55b 00 




$ 1 


56b 


00 


1 87b 00 


* 1 87b 00 




$ 5 36 


$ 


6 


00 


* 


6 00 


$ 6 00 




150 00 




155 


00 




170 00 

62 00 


170 00 
62 00 




b7 07 




Il9 


00 






10 b85 02 
1 Obb 85 


10 b92 


00 




10 5bo 00 

1 060 00 


10 5b0 00 




1 


ob7 


00 




1 060 00 




700 26 
b3l 15 




70b 


00 




705 00 


705 00 






b35 


00 




525 00 


525 00 




19 27 




2} 


00 




23 00 


23 00 




1 722 93 


1 


725 


00 




1 725 00 


1 725 00 




8 72 










- 


- 




- 




- 






3 000 00 


5 000 00 



$ lb 61b 61 $ lb 65b 00 $ 17 816 00 $ 17 816 00 



$ bb8 87 
758 26 

$ 1 207 15 

$ 76 5bo 3b 



988 00 

2 350 00 



358 00 
1 350 00 



$ 83 198 00 
76 5bo 3b 

$159 738 3b 



$ 3 358 00 $ 1 708 00 



$101 058 00 



$102 9bo 00 
101 058 00 

$203 998 00 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Continued 
i'otor Vehicle Fuel Tax Division 

REVENUES 



Page 63 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTMiTED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


:y-second 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1957-58 


1958-59 


1959-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL FUND 

Taxes: 
Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax* (net after refunds) 
Use Fuel Tax 

Totals, Taxes 



Totals for biennium 

Other Sources: 

Brokers' and Producers' Licenses 



Totals for biennium 

Totals, Revenues 

Less revenues apportioned to State Highway Fund 
(two thirds of net receipts from the Motor Vehicle 
Fuel Tax after deducting expenses of administration; 
and total net receipts from the Use Fuel Tax) 

Net Totals, Revenues for the Motor Vehicle Fuel Fund 



$47 123 961l 55 $46 959 1(21 00 $48 396 498 00 $48 560 056 00 
217 51(0 65 519 024 00 300 000 00 300 000 00 



$47 5la 505 20 $1(7 258 1(1(5 00 $1 

1(7 m 505 20 

$91; 599 750 20 

$ 14 590 00 $ ii( 517 00 $ 
lit 590 00 

$ 28 907 00 



$9l( 628 657 20 



- 62 i(6l 578 08 
$32 167 279 12 



696 1(98 00 $1(8 660 036 00 
1(8 696 1(98 00 

$97 556 531; 00 



Hi 500 00 $ 



Hi 500 00 
14 500 00 



$ 28 600 00 
$97 585 134 00 



- 64 600 000 00 
$52 785 154 00 



* Assessed by Board of Equalization; collected by Controller. 



STATEMENT OF UNBUDGETED SURPLUS 
Motor Vehicle Fuel Fund 



Estimated unbudgeted surplus, July 1, 1959, respresenting 
revenues of the quarter ending June 50, 1939> reserved 
for apportionment in August, 1939: 

To County Road Funds 

To State Highway Fund 

Add estimated revenue for biennium 1939-1941 
Less estimated transfers to State Highway Fund 

Net Totals, Revenues 

Total 

Less estimated and proposed expenditures for biennium 1939-19^1: 
Controller - Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Refund Division 
Board of Equalization - Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Division 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 
Apportionment to County Road Funds 

Estimated unbudgeted surplus, June 30, 1941, representing 
revenues for the quarter ending June 50, 1941, resorved for 
apportionment in August, 1941' 

To County Road Funds 

To State Highway Fund 



$ 5 943 295 00 

7 961 590 oo 

$97 585 154 00 

64 6oo ooo oo 



$n 904 885 00 



52 785 154 00 
$44 690 019 00 



$ 117 190 00 
316 763 00 
12 436 00 
52 000 000 00 32 446 589 00 



$ 4 056 210 00 
8 187 420 00 $12 243 650 00 



Page 64 ADMINISTRATIVE 



FRANCHISE TAX COMMISSIONER 



The Franchise Tax Commissioner is charged with the administration of the 
Bank and Corporation Franchise Tax Act, the Corporation Income Tax Act of 1937 > 
the Personal Income Tax Act of 1935. and the act providing for the taxation 
of Massachusetts or Business Trusts. 

Bank and Corporation Franchise Tax Division . The Franchise Tax is an excise 
or privilege tax imposed upon domestic banks and corporations for the privilege 
of exercising their corporate franchises within this State, and upon foreign banks 
and corporations for the privilege of doing business in this State. The tax is 
measured by the amount of net income derived from business transacted in California 
during the preceding calendar or fiscal year. The tax is computed upon the basis 
of gross income and deductions therefrom, as reported in the last Federal Income 
Tax Return. Certain adjustments are then made to accord the variations in the 
California Act in the manner of computing gross and net income, as computed, under 
the Federal Act. 

Personal Income Tax Division . The California Personal Income Tax is imposed 
upon the net income of all individuals who are either residents of the State of 
California or who derive income from sources within the State, and upon the net 
income of all estates and trusts that derive income from sources within the State. 
All such individuals, having a gross or net income in excess of a specified 
amount are required to file returns, and if their net income exceeds the personal 
exemption and credit for dependents allowed by the act must pay a tax at the rate 
specified in the act. Returns must also be filed for all estates and trusts 
having a gross or net income in excess of a specified amount. 

Corporation Income Tax Division . The Corporation Income Tax Act of 1937 
imposes a direct tax on net incomes derived from sources within the State, of 
corporations whose net income does not serve as the basis of taxation under the 
provisions of the Bank and Corporation Franchise Tax Act. It is designed to 
reach the income received or derived from sources within the State by those cor- 
porations which prior to the enactment of this act escaped taxation in California. 

Business Trust Division . Massachusetts or Business Trusts are taxable in 
California. A separate act was enacted by the Legislature in 1933 (and amended 
in 1935) taxing Massachusetts or Business Trusts according to or measured by net 
income. The act incorporated by reference the applicable provisions of the Bank 
and Corporation Franchise Tax Act. 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

FRANCHISE TAX COMMISSIONER 

SUMMARY 



Page 65 



ACTUAL AND 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASED) 


ESTIMATED 


AND PROPOSED 


OR 


1957-1959 


1959-19la 


DECREASE) -) 


BIEUNIUM 


BIENNIUM 




89TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 92D 


FROM 


FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1957-1959 



GENERAL FUND 



EXPENDITURES 
Support: 
Administration 
Franchise Tax Division 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$ 72 li79 60 
150 515 50 



$12ll 711 00 
265 412 00 



$+52 251 50 
"-115 998 50 



$222 895 10 $589 12? 00 +$166 229 90 



REVENUES 

Bank and Corporation Franchise Tax 

Personal Income Tax (transferred from Personal Income Tax Fund) 

TOTAL REVENUES 



$59 916 620 98 $59 200 000 00 -$716 620 98 
59 571 015 6? 58 1|75 500 00 -1 097 715 &5 

$79 I187 65lt 61 $77 675 500 00-$l 815 555 61 



PERSONAL INCOME TAX FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support: 
Administration 
Personal Income Tax Division 

Totals, Support 

Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$167 097 57 
900 955 95 



$251; 258 00 
1 225 960 00 



$+77 150 55 
+525 015 05 



$1 068 055 h2 $1 Itfo 208 00 +$402 165 58 

25 552 51 55 700 00 +12 257 69 

$1 091 595 75 $1 505 908 00 +$515 512 27 



REVENUES 

Personal Income Tax 

Less Transfers to General Fund 

NET TOTAL REVENUES 



$50 819 057 05 $59 700 000 00$-1 119 057 05 
59 571 015 65 58 575 500 00 -1 097 715 65 

$ 1 258 025 52 $ 1 226 700 00 $-21 523 1(2 



GRAND TOTALS, ALL FUNDS 



EXPENDITURES 
REVENUES 



315 588 83 $1 895 031 00 +$580 652 17 
735 658 03 $78 900 000 oo-$i 835 658 03 



Office at Sacramento 



Page 66 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



FRANCHISE TAX COMMISSIONER - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




RANGE 
GROUP 
HUKBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH 1 90TH | 915T 1 92D 


1940-41 



116 122 151 151 



GENERAL FUND 
RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages $ll;8 262 87 

Materials and supplies 6 955 58 

Service and expense 10 004 7lj. 

Equipment 6 195 58 

TOTALS $171 596 57 
Less pro rata cost of departmental administra- 
tion charged to Personal Income Tax Fund -71 556 47 

NET TOTALS $100 060 10 



TOTALS FOR BIENMUM FOR SUPPORT 



59 100 00 


$268 520 00 


9 725 00 


11 860 00 


2 510 00 


l? 475 00 
lit 551 00 


7 259 00 



$218 59ii 00 

-95 761 00 

$122 855 00 
100 060 10 

$222 895 10 



$515 986 00 
-121 555 00 
$192 451 00 



$28k 190 00 

11 860 00 

17 975 00 

5 560 00 

$519 585 00 

-122 715 00 

$196 672 00 
192 451 00 

125 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

ADMINISTRATION 
EXECUTIVE 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

1111 Franchise Tax Commissioner 

1111 Assistant Franchise Tax Commissioner 

1111 Appeals and Review Officer 

1111 Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

1111 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

- 1 1 1 Intermediate Typist -Clerk 
1111 Junior Typist-Clerk 

1 1 1 Senior Assistant Tax Counsel 

- 1 1 1 Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

_z. _i jl ___ Allotment for salary adjustments 

6 9 9 9 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, EXECUTIVE 

ACCOUNTING 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

1111 Departmental Accounting Officer 

1111 Supervising Account Clerk 

5 5 7 7 Senior Account Clerk 

5 5 5 5 Intermediate Account Clerk 

2 2 2 2 Junior Account Clerk 

1111 Senior Cashier-Clerk 

112 2 Senior Clerk 

5 2 2 2 Intermediate Clerk 

18 18 19 19 Junior Clerk 

1111 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

2 2 5 5 Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

9 10 9 9 Junior Typist -Clerk 

1111 Supervising Bookkeeping Machine Operator 

10 10 10 10 Bookkeeping Machine Operator 

1111 Duplicating Machine Operator 

1; 1; 1; 1; Adding Machine Operator 

4 4 1; Keysort Operator 

4-111 Junior Messenger 

1 1 1 Bookkeeper, Grade £ 

- Temporary help 

— -=. -z. _^ Allotment for salary adjustments 

67 69 75 75 Totals, Existing Employments 



54 


$ 7 2l;0 00 


$ 7 Itko 


00 


$ 


7 440 00 


$ 7 440 00 


28 


4 84O 00 


5 olio 
4 520 


00 




5 ol;o 00 
4 520 00 


5 olio 00 

4 520 00 


25 


4 100 00 


00 




10 


1 940 00 


2 ol;o 


00 




2 040 00 


2 0l;0 00 


6 


1 174 51 


1 440 


00 




1 kko 00 


1 kkO 00 


5 


- 


950 


00 




1 200 00 


1 200 00 


2 


786 29 


960 


00 




960 00 


960 00 


i / 




1 580 


00 




2 760 00 


2 76O 00 


4 


- 


540 


00 




1 080 00 


1 080 00 


- 


- 


- 




$ 


1 250 00 
27 510 00 


2 610 00 




$ 20 080 80 


$ 24 110 


00 


$ 28 890 00 




$ 50 00 


$ 100 


00 


$ 


100 00 


$ 100 00 




871 58 


1 450 


00 




1 550 00 


1 550 00 




$ 921 58 


% 1 550 


00 


$ 


1 650 00 


$ 1 650 00 




$ 


$ 1 952 


00 


$ 

$ 


2 147 00 


$ 1 690 00 




$ 21 002 58 


$ 27 592 


00 


51 507 00 


$ 52 250 00 



22 


$ 5 620 00 


$ 5 84O 00 


$ 5 8k0 00 


$ 5 840 00 


14 


220 65 


2 280 00 


2 280 00 


2 280 00 


10 


8 80k 68 
2 806 64 


9 560 00 


Lk kOO 00 


Lk 4OO 00 


b 


4 200 00 


li 520 00 


li 520 00 


i 


967 10 


2 0l;0 00 


2 OkO 00 


2 OkO 00 


10 


1 940 00 


2 O4O OC 


2 OiiO 00 


2 OkO 00 


9 


1 625 81 


1 740 00 


5 720 00 


5 720 00 


5 


2 592 56 
11 2H5 51 


2 170 00 


2 760 00 


2 76O 00 


2 


16 48O 00 


18 2k0 00 


18 2k0 00 


6 


1 470 00 


1 590 00 


1 680 00 


1 680 00 


4 


1 950 05 


1 755 00 


5 2k0 00 


5 2k0 00 


2 


6 125 97 


8 800 00 


8 640 00 


8 6k0 00 


10 


1 850 00 


1 805 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


b 


10 955 51 

167 £0 


Ik 610 00 


15 000 00 


15 000 00 


k 


650 00 


1 080 00 


1 080 00 


4 


5 270 89 


k 520 00 

5 420 00 


k 520 00 


k 520 00 


- 


- 


k 560 00 


li 560 00 


1 


1 811 05 


8k0 00 
1 260 00 


8k0 00 
2 160 00 


8k0 00 


h 


- 


2 160 00 


- 


- 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


- 


- 


- 


4 680 00 

$105 iko 00 


10 500 00 




$ 61 179 58 


$ ek 660 00 


$108 960 00 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

FRANCHISE TAX COMMISSIONER - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 67 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 920 



67 69 81 81 



9 12 12 12 



9 12 H 111 



ADMINISTRATION 
ACCOUNTING 

SALARIES AND WAGES - Continued 
Proposed new positions: 

Bookkeeping Machine Operator 
Calculating Machine Operator 
Intermediate Typist -Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Moving expense 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, ACCOUNTING 

STATISTICAL 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Calculating Machine Operator 

Intermediate Account Clerk 

Junior Account Clerk 

Junior Typist-Clerk 

Key Punch Operator 

Tabulating Machine Operator 

Assistant Statistician 

Assistant to Franchise Tax Commissioner 

Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 
Key Punch Opsrator 
Junior Clerk 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, STATISTICAL 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 

Less pro rata departmental administration 
charged to Personal Income Tax Fund 

NET TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTYNINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-39 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

194C— 41 



$ 2 61l0 00 

1 200 00 

k 800 00 

1 520 00 



2 880 00 

1 520 00 

5 280 00 

1 kho 00 



$ 61 179 58 $ 8li 660 00 $115 100 00 $119 880 00 



1 5lt7 58 
m 19 

1 962 77 
55li 88 
551; 88 



2 225 00 

750 00 



% 2 500 00 
800 00 



$ 2 500 00 
800 00 



$ 2 975 00 $ 5 300 00 $ 5 500 00 



950 00 



950 00 

2 ItfO 00 



$ 1 050 00 $ 1 050 00 
1 500 00 - 

$ 2 550 00 $ 1 050 00 



7 211 00 



2 175 00 



$ 65 697 23 $ 91 055 00 $126 161 00 $126 1l05 00 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



I 

5 
2 

l6 


$ 950 00 

li61i8lL 

855 20 

812 81 

3 799 23 

2 030 96 

2 I4.5O 00 

520 00 


$ 

2 230 00 

1 020 00 

935 00 
5 130 00 

2 310 00 

3 120 00 


$ 

2 760 00 

1 020 00 
960 00 

5 700 00 

2 61;0 00 
5 120 00 

885 00 


$ 

2 76O 00 

1 020 00 

960 00 
5 700 00 

2 6I4.O 00 

5 120 00 

1 785 00 




$ 11 861 01l 


$ 11; 7l;5 00 


$ 17 085 00 


$ 17 985 00 


lla 
2 


- 


- 


1 UiO 00 
960 00 

$ 19 185 00 


1 200 00 
1 020 00 




$ 11 861 01; 


$ lii 7li5 00 


$ 20 205 00 




$ 871; li5 


$ 1 500 00 


$ 1 600 00 


$ 1 600 00 




$ 2 955 97 


$ 5 700 00 


$ h 600 00 


$ k 600 00 




- 


$ 796 00 


$ U86 00 


$ 580 00 




$ 15 689 I16 


$ 20 51l1 00 


$ 25 871 00 


$ 26 985 00 




$100 389 07 


$139 188 00 


$185 559 00 


$185 620 00 




-71 336 ll7 


-95 761 00 


-121 555 00 


-122 713 00 




$ 29 052 60 


$ 10 ll27 00 

29 052 60 
$ 72 U79 60 


$ 61 801; 00 


$ 62 907 00 
61 80il 00 

$121; 711 00 



Page 68 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



FRANCHISE TAX COMMISSIONER - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
CROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH 1 90TH 1 9IST 1 92D 


1940-41 



FRANCHISE TAX DIVISION 
AUDITING 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


■5 


5 


■5 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


5 


2 


2 


2 


2 


I 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 



51 29 25 25 



51 29 ll5 li5 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Headquarters: 

Franchise Tax Counsel 
Supervising Franchise Tax Auditor 
Senior Franchise Tax Auditor 
Auditor, Grade 1 
Petroleum Valuation Engineer 
Senior Account Clerk 
Intermediate Account Clerk 
Senior File Clerk 
Intermediate File Clerk 
Senior Clerk 
Junior Clerk 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk 
Junior Messenger 

Los Angeles Office: 

Senior Franchise Tax Auditor 
Auditor, Grade 1 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Temporary help 

San Francisco Office: 

Senior Franchise Tax Auditor 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 
It it Franchise Tax Review Officer 
10 10 Senior Franchise Tax Auditor 
2 2 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
1 1 Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Clerk 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Transcriptions of federal audit reports 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, AUDITING 

CORPORATION INCOME TAX 



27 


$ It 525 oo 


$ k 800 00 


$ k 800 00 


$ It 800 00 


25 


5 800 oo 


li 080 00 


li 080 00 


li 080 00 


lb 


10 587 81). 


15 800 00 


15 800 00 


15 800 00 


11 


5 238 70 


1 980 00 


2 OI4.O 00 


2 OltO 00 


- 


26H 28 


- 


- 


- 


10 


3 hZZ li? 


li 200 00 


- 


- 


6 


575 90 


1 520 00 


1 520 00 


1 320 00 


V 


l 590 oo 


1 710 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


•7 


1 550 oo 


1 14.70 00 


1 560 00 


1 560 00 


9 


1 502 58 


1 860 00 


- 


- 


2 


1 051 95 


1 680 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


10 


1 830 00 
li m 87 


1 950 00 


2 OI4.O 00 


2 OltO 00 


6 


k 550 00 


5 120 00 


5 120 00 


k 


1 61>9 05 
1 lj.60 00 


2 160 00 


1 080 00 


1 080 00 


t 


1 560 00 


1 560 00 


1 560 00 


1 


115 22 


- 


- 


- 


16 


5 165 00 


5 300 00 


5 300 00 


5 500 00 


11 


1 370 00 
1 E70 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


6 


2 225 00 


1 680 00 


1 680 00 


- 


- 


660 00 


- 


- 


16 


2 560 00 


2 760 00 


2 760 00 


2 76O 00 


10 


1 760 00 


1 860 00 


1 920 00 

2 E75 00 

$ 55 175 00 


1 920 00 


- 


- 


- 


5 525 00 




$ 51 229 82 


$ 59 825 00 


$ 56 025 00 


22 


_ 


_ 


lit itoo 00 


15 560 00 


lb 


- 


- 


25 800 00 


27 600 00 


6 


- 


- 


2 61i0 00 


2 880 00 


k 


- 


- 


1 080 00 


1 liiO 00 


2 


- 


- 


2 880 00 

$ 99 975 00 


5 060 00 




$ 51 229 82 


$ 59 825 00 


$106 065 00 




$ 658 95 


$ 700 00 


$ 1 000 00 


$ 1 000 00 




2 811 77 


5 800 00 


It 700 00 


It 700 00 



$ 5 I170 70 $ It 500 00 $ 5 700 00 $ 5 700 00 



1 lil2 55 
1 720 78 
1 I150 87 
1 88lt 62 


$ 650 00 

1 200 00 

1 800 00 

2 200 00 


$ 810 00 
2 li00 00 
2 250 00 
2 600 00 
2 000 00 


$ 810 00 
2 li00 00 
2 250 00 
2 600 00 
2 000 00 


I 5 lili8 60 

1 5 615 76 
> 65 762 88 


$ 5 850 00 

$ 1 916 00 
$ 72 091 00 


$ 10 060 00 

$ It 137 00 
$119 872 00 


$ 10 060 00 
$ 715 00 

$122 5I4-O 00 



SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Auditor, Grade 1 
1111 Income Tax Examiner, Grade 2 
1111 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
_r. _z. _z. _z Allotment for salary adjustments 

3 5 5 5 Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new position: 
_^_ j^_ 1_ _1 Income Tax Examiner, Grade 2 

5 5 li li Totals, Salaries and Wages 



11 

1 


$ 1 521 61 
1 719 36 

870 66 


$ 1 920 00 
2 520 00 

1 520 00 


$ 1 920 00 

2 580 00 

1 520 00 
550 00 


$ 1 920 00 

2 580 00 

1 520 00 
750 00 


15 


$ 3 911 63 


$ 5 760 00 


$ 6 150 00 
2 iiOO 00 


$ 6 570 00 

2 580 00 



$ 5 911 65 $ 5 760 00 $ 8 550 00 $ 9 150 00 



Il.'ISTRATIVS 

FRANCHISE TAX COMMISSIONER - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 69 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



FRANCHISE TAX DIVISION 
CORPORATION INCOME TAX - Continued 

KATEKIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, CORPORATION INCOME TAX 

TOTALS, FRANCHISE TAX DIVISION 



TOTALS FOR BIEN1UUM 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAH 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



2J 81 $ 50 00 

605 85 900 oo 



$ 60 00 

1 200 00 



60 00 
1 200 00 



$ 627 66 $ 950 00 $ 1 260 00 $ 1 260 00 



i 55 52 


$ 


120 00 


$ 


UtO 00 


$ 


UlO 00 






150 00 




200 00 




200 00 


26 59 




60 00 




75 00 




75 00 


66 00 




150 00 




200 OC 




200 00 



$ 125 71 $ ll80 00 $ 615 00 $ 615 00 



125 00 $ 550 00 $ 



200 00 



$ 579 62 

$ 5 21Ul 62 $ 7 515 00 $ 10 775 00 $ 11 225 00 



71 007 50 



$ 79 I4.06 00 
71 007 50 

$150 ill? 50 



$150 61i7 00 $155 765 00 
150 6i;7 00 

$261; 1l12 00 



Page 70 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

FRANCHISE TAX COMMISSIONER - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 

NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



186 229 230 2J0 



PERSONAL INCOME TAX FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$269 323 50 $1loo 2)45 00 

27 58O 53 37 800 00 

131 058 38 175 677 00 

16 279 01 10 080 00 



$444 2l£ 42 



$623 802 00 

444 2lH 42 
1 068 043 42 



$14-67 375 00 $494 825 00 

37 800 00 37 800 00 

205 24.55 00 206 613 00 

10 I490 00 9 870 00 



$721 100 00 



$7i4.9 108 00 

721 100 00 

$1 )470 208 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

ADMINISTRATION 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 

Pro rata departmental administration 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 71 336 47 



$ 95 761 00 
71 336 47 

$167 097 147 



$121 535 00 



$122 713 00 

121 555 00 
$214(4 2I48 00 



1 1 

1 1 

- 1 

- 1 

2 5 

17 27 

30 38 

1 2 

1 1 

1 2 

18 26 

1 1 



PERSONAL INCOME TAX DIVISION 

AUDITING 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Headquarters: 

1 1 Franchise Tax Counsel 

1 1 Supervising Income Tax Examiner 

1 1 Area Income Tax Supervisor 

1 1 Senior Assistant Tax Counsel 

5 5 District Income Tax Examiner 

17 17 Income Tax Examiner, Grade 2 

36 30 Income Tax Examiner, Grade 1 

1 1 Senior Information Clerk 

1 1 Senior File Clerk 

2 2 Intermediate File Clerk 
25 25 Junior Clerk 

Intermediate Legal Stenographer 

1111 Senior Legal Stenographer 

3 4 5 5 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

2 2 2 2 Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

1111 Intermediate Typist-Clerk 

11 13 Ik 111 Junior Typist-Clerk 

1111 Junior Assistant Tax Counsel 

- Ill Law Clerk 
9 13 12 12 Calculating Machine Operator 

1 - - - Junior Messenger 
1111 Supervising Calculating Machine Operator 

- - - - Temporary help 

Los Angeles Office: 

1111 Area Income Tax Supervisor 

1111 District Income Tax Examiner 

2 2 3 3 Income Tax Examiner, Grade 2 
28 30 32 32 Income Tax Examiner, Grade 1 

1111 Junior Clerk 

111 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

111 Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

111 Intermediate Typist-Clerk 

6 6 6 Junior Typist-Clerk 

111 Junior Messenger 

San Francisco Office: 

1111 Area Income Tax Supervisor 

3 3 3 3 District Income Tax Examiner 
2 2 11 11 Income Tax Examiner, Grade 2 

27 27 33 33 Income Tax Examiner, Grade 1 

1111 Senior Cashier-Clerk 

- - 1 1 Senior Information Clerk 
1111 Intermediate Information Clerk 

- - 1 1 Intermediate Legal Stenographer 



27 


$ 4 200 00 


$ 4 800 00 


$ 4 800 00 


$ 4 800 00 


214 


3 975 00 


4 320 00 


4 320 00 


4 320 00 


23 


- 


1 920 00 


3 84o 00 


3 84o 00 

2 76O 00 


17 


8I4 34 


2 760 00 


2 760 00 


19 


6 320 00 


11 280 00 


15 960 00 


15 960 00 


15 


31 269 lit 


55 ?6o 00 


42 780 00 
65 760 00 


42 780 00 
65 760 00 


12 


57 145 77 


78 645 00 


9 


1 760 00 


3 120 00 


1 680 00 


1 680 00 


9 


567 86 


1 680 00 


1 680 00 


1 680 00 


5 


332 26 


2 330 00 


2 520 00 


2 520 00 


2 


11 065 80 
li 66 


23 015 00 


24 000 00 


24 000 00 


6 


1 320 00 


- 


- 


10 


1 1475 34 


1 860 00 


1 920 00 
7 %0 00 

2 160 00 


1 920 00 
7 440 00 

2 160 00 


6 


3 558 7l4 
746 9? 


4 910 00 


4 


1 890 00 


5 
2 


442 86 
8 692 68 


1 230 00 
12 145 00 


1 320 00 
13 440 00 


1 320 00 
13 440 00 


12 


1 702 00 


2 040 00 


2 o4o 00 


2 o4o 00 


9 


- 


1 260 00 


1 680 00 


1 680 00 


5 


8 519 55 
419 20 


13 320 00 


15 000 00 


15 000 00 


1 


- 


- 


- 


9 


354 00 


1 680 00 


1 680 00 


1 680 00 


- 


1 359 81 


5 000 00 


5 000 00 


5 000 00 


23 


4 100 00 


4 320 00 


4 320 00 


4 320 00 


19 


3 080 00 


3 300 00 


3 300 00 


3 300 00 


15 


5 130 00 


5 520 00 


8 100 00 


8 100 00 


12 


49 331 88 


62 875 00 


71 040 00 


71 040 00 


2 


300 00 


960 00 


960 00 


960 00 


6 


252 57 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


4 


784 00 


810 00 


1 080 00 


1 080 00 


5 


- 


850 00 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 


2 


2 831 51 


5 350 00 


5 760 00 


5 760 00 


1 


883 65 


630 00 


84o 00 


84o 00 


23 


4 100 00 


4 320 00 


4 320 00 


4 320 00 


19 


7 74o 00 


9 720 00 
4 560 00 


9 720 00 


9 720 00 


15 


3 840 00 


28 380 00 


28 380 00 


12 


36 795 70 


49 380 00 


71 o4o 00 


71 o4o 00 


10 


1 672 91 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


? 


- 


- 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


6 


263 33 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


6 


~ 


~ 


1 320 CO 


1 320 00 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

FRANCHISE TAX COMMISSIONER - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 71 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
E1GHTYNINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

HINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



PERSONAL INCOME TAX DIVISION 
AUDITING 

SAURIES AND WAGES - Continued 
San Francisco Office: 



1111 
- Ill 

2 2 2 2 
1111 
1111 


Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Typist-Clerk 
Junior Assistant Tax Counsel 
Calculating Machine Operator 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 


6 

1* 

2 

12 

5 


$ 1 2*oo 00 

IAS 16 
1 81*0 00 

522 79 


$ 1 500 00 
765 00 

1 920 00 

2 OliO 00 
1 200 00 


$ 1 560 00 
1 080 00 

1 920 00 

2 olio 00 
1 200 00 

18 255 00 


1 560 00 

1 080 00 

1 920 00 

2 01*0 00 
1 200 00 

1*5 585 00 


106 229 229 229 


$269 525 50 


$2*00 22*5 00 


$2*65 575 00 


$1*92 905 00 


- - 1 1 


Proposed new position: 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 


10 






1 800 00 

$2*67 375 00 


1 920 00 


186 229 2J0 250 


1269 525 50 


$1*00 2l*5 00 


$2*92* 825 00 




MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 














Office 
Printing 




$ 12 998 38 

lli 582 15 


J 18 500 00 
19 300 00 


$ 18 500 00 

19 300 00 


$ 18 500 00 
19 300 00 




Totals, Materials and Supplies 




$ 27 580 53 


$ 37 800 00 


$ 37 800 00 


$ 37 800 00 




SERVICE AND EXPENSE 














Office 

Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 

Postage 

Rent 

Transcriptions of federal audit reports 

Totals, Service and Expense 




$ lU| it 

2* 000 68 

lit 689 02 

18 khz 13 


$ 8 200 00 

28 000 00 

2* 700 00 

17 000 00 

22 016 00 


$ 8 200 00 
28 000 00 

2* 700 00 
17 000 00 
22* 000 00 

2 000 00 


$ 8 200 00 
28 000 00 

2* 700 00 
17 000 00 
22* 000 00 

2 000 00 




$ 59 721 91 


$ 79 916 00 


$ 83 900 00 


$ 83 900 00 




EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, AUDITING 




$ 16 279 01 
$372 90li 95 


$ 10 080 00 

$528 ola 00 
372 90I4. 95 


$ 10 1*90 00 
$599 565 00 


$ 9 870 00 




$626 395 00 
599 565 00 




TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 






$900 9I15 95 




61 225 960 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-2*0 


192*0-2*1 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 

Taxe s : 

Bank and corporation franchise tax 
Corporation income tax 

Totals, Taxes 

Transfer from Personal Income Tax Fund 

Totals, Revenues 

Totals for biennium 



515 500 00 $18 1*50 000 00 $20 1*50 000 00 

132* 500 00 150 000 00 150 000 00 



$21 219 399 98 

2*7 221 00 
$21 266 620 98 $18 650 000 00 $18 600 000 00 $20 600 000 00 

20 862* 813 63 18 706 200 00 18 509 700 00 19 963 600 00 

$1*2 131 2*32* 61 $37 356 200 00 $37 109 700 00 $2*0 563 600 00 
1*2 131 2*31* 61 



$79 1*87 631* 61 



57 109 700 00 
$77 673 500 00 



FOR THE PERSONAL INCOME TAX FUND 



Personal income tax 

Less transfer to General Fund 

Net Totals, Revenues 
Totals for biennium 



$21 519 037 05 $19 300 000 00 $19 100 000 00 $20 600 000 00 
-20 861* 813 63 -18 706 200 00 -18 509 700 00 -19 963 600 00 



$ 652* 223 2*2 



593 800 00 $ 
652* 223 1*2 



$ 1 22*8 023 2*2 



590 300 00 $ 636 1*00 00 

590 300 00 

$ 1 226 700 00 



Page 72 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



FRANCHISE TAX COMMISSIONER - Continued 
STATEMENT OF UNBUDGETED SURPLUS 



Personal Income Tax Fund 



Estimated unbudgeted surplus, July 1, 1939 
Estimated revenues for blennlum 1939-1941 
less revenue transferred to General Fund 

Net total revenues 

Total 

Less proposed expenditures for biennium 1939-194li 
Support 
Contributions to State Employees* Retirement Fund 

Total proposed expenditures 

Estimated unbudgeted surplus, June 30, 19ltl 



$39 700 000 00 
38 473 300 00 



$1 470 208 00 
35 700 00 



$288 138 09 



1 226 700 00 
$1 514 838 09 



I 505 908 00 
$ 8 930 09 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

CALIFORNIA HORSE RACING BOARD 

SUMMARY 



FAIR AND EXPOSITION FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



Page 73 



ACTUAL 

AND ESTIMATED 

1937-1939 BIENNIUM 

89TH AND 90TH 

FISCAL YEARS 



ESTIMATED 

AND PROPOSED 

1939-1941 BIENN1UM 

91ST AND 92D 

FISCAL TEARS 



INCREASE ( + 1 

OR DECREASE I — ) 

FROM 

1937-1939 



$ 53 1)95 85 
1 606 £9 



$ 60 000 00 

1 600 00 



t +6 -job, 17 
-6 1)9 



$ 55 102 52 $ 61 600 00 $ +6 lt97 68 



REVENUES 

License Fees 

Less Amounts Transferred to State Agricultural Society Contingent Fund 

NET TOTAL REVENUES 



$5 1)01 2i22 56 $6 000 000 00 +$598 577 1l!| 
250 000 00 250 000 00 - 

$5 151 1)22 56 $5 750 000 00 +$598 577 lili 



STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY CONTINGENT FUND 

REVENUES 

Transfers from Fair and Exposition Fund revenues, 
under provisions of Chapter 810, Statutes of 1957 



$250 000 00 $250 000 00 



GRAND TOTALS, ALL FUNDS 



EXPENDITURES 
REVENUES 



$ 55 102 J2 $ 61 600 00 $ +6 1)97 68 
$5 1)01 1)22 56 $6 000 000 00 +$598 577 1)1) 



The California Horse Racing Board under the provisions of the racing act, 
is charged with the licensing, regulation and supervision of race meetings, 
and the wagering at such meetings under the pari mutuel system. The board 
promulgates rules and regulations governing racing and the conduct of race 
meetings, collects and forwards to the State Treasurer, deposits, the State's 
percentages of total wagers and other license fees. In addition, the board 
maintains at each race meeting an office and such representatives as are 
necessary for the control and supervision of these race meetings in accordance 
with the racing act and the Rules of Racing as adopted by the board. 



Office at Los Angeles 



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ADMINISTRATIVE 



CALIFORNIA HORSE RACING BOARD - Continued 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 


1940-41 



5 5 5 5 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages" 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$ 11 221 20 

1 052 80 

11 66k 22 

527 61 

$ 2k 265 83 



$ lk 230 00 

1 200 00 

- 13 300 00 
500 00 

$ 29 230 00 
2k 265 83 

$ 53 k95 83 



15 000 00 $ 15 000 00 

1 200 00 1 200 00 

13 300 00 13 300 00 

500 00 500 00 



30 000 00 



$ 30 000 00 
30 000 00 

$ 60 000 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 











ADMINISTRATION 










SALARIES AND WAGES 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Secretary 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Senior Stenographer 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Junior Stenographer 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Field Representative 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Assistant Secretary 


1 


- 


- 


- 


Intermediate Typist-Clerk 


- 


1 


1 


1 


Racing License Clerk 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Temporary help 


- 


- 


JL 


_r 


Allotment for salary adjustments 



5 5 5 5 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Freight, cartage and express 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 



20 
10 

k 

Ex 
12 

I 


$ k 000 00 

1 800 00 

538 38 
982 50 
875 00 
772 8k 

2 252 k8 


$ k 000 00 
2 030 00 

1 080 00 

2 kOO 00 

1 130 00 

3 590 00 


$ k 000 00 
2 OkO 00 

1 080 00 

2 kOO 00 

1 380 00 

3 890 00 

210 00 
$ 15 000 00 


$ k 000 00 
2 OkO 00 

1 080 00 

2 koo 00 

1 380 00 

3 650 00 
J4.50 00 




$ 11 221 20 


$ ik 230 


00 


$ 15 000 00 




$ 1 052 80 


$ 1 200 


00 


$ 1 200 00 


$ 1 200 00 




82JJ. 82 
392 35 
238 38 


$ 7 000 
k 600 

1 000 
k50 
250 

$ 13 300 


00 
00 
00 
00 
00 

00 


$ 7 000 00 

k 600 00 

1 000 00 

k50 00 
250 00 

$ 13 300 00 


$ 7 000 00 

k 600 00 

1 000 00 

k50 00 
250 00 




$ 11 66k 22 


$ 13 300 00 




$ 327 61 


$ 500 


00 


$ 500 00 


$ 500 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE FAIR AND EXPOSITION FUND 



License fees ? horse racing meetings 

(1$ of pari mutuel pools) 
License fees - owners, jockeys and attendants 

Totals, Revenues 

Less revenues transferred to State Agricultural 

Society Contingent Fund for support of the 

California State Fair 

Net Totals, Revenues 



Totals for hiennium 



512 55k 56 $2 858 620 00 $2 985 000 00 $2 985 000 00 
15 kk8 00 15 000 00 15 000 00 15 000 00 



$2 527 802 56 $2 873 620 00 $3 000 000 00 $3 000 000 00 



-125 000 00 -125 000 00 -125 000 00 -125 000 00 



$2 k02 802 56 $2 7k8 620 00 $2 875 000 00 $2 875 000 00 
2 k.02 802 56 2 875 000 00 



$5 151 k22 56 



$5 750 000 00 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

CALIFORNIA HORSE RACING BOARD - Continued 

DISTRIBUTION OF FAIR AND EXPOSITION FUND REVENUES 

AS PROVIDED BY CHAPTER 810, STATUTES OF 1937 



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Total Annual Revenue 

Less Fixed Annual Appropriations: 
California Horse Racing Board - Support 
State Agricultural Society - Support of California 

State Fair (a) 
Lob Angeles County Fair - Support 
Sixth District Agricultural Association - Support 
Department of Finance - Supervision and auditing of 

agricultural fairs 
Claim of Chief Accounting Officer - Department of Finance 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

Totals, Fixed Annual Appropriations 

Balance 

Less: 

5? of above balance for citrus fairs (b) 

4.05? of above balance for agricultural fairs (c) 

Totals, Encouragement of Fairs 

Remainder - 55? of above balance 



ACTUAL 


ESTIMATEO 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATEO 


EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-F1RST 


NINETY-SECOND 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


1937-38 


1936-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 


$2 527 802 56 $2 875 620 00 


$5 000 000 00 


$5 000 000 00 


% JO 000 00 


$ jo ooo oo 


$ 50 000 00 


$ 50 000 00 


125 000 00 
125 000 00 

15 ooo oo 


125 000 00 

125 ooo 00 
15 ooo oo 


125 000 00 

125 000 00 

15 000 00 


125 000 00 

125 000 00 

15 000 00 


10 000 00 
257 50 

806 h$ 


10 000 00 

.'•'■' 


10 000 00 

800 00 


10 000 00 
800 00 




$505 800 00 


$505 800 00 


$505 800 00 



$2 221 758 57 $2 5o7 820 00 $2 69!; 200 00 $2 694 200 00 



$111 087 90 $128 591 00 
888 705 45 1 027 128 00 



$154 710 00 $15li 710 00 
1 077 680 00 1 077 680 00 

$999 791 55 $1 155 519 00 $ 1 212 590 00 $1 212 590 00 

$1 221 967 22 $1 412 J01 00 $1 48I 810 00 $1 48! 810 00 



Distribution of Remainder 



25? to California Polytechnic School 

Y>1> to University of California 

li2% for construction, improvements and purchase of land 
at state, county, district and citrus fairs - to be 
allocated by executive order of the Director of Finance 



$505 491 81 $555 075 00 $570 450 00 $570 450 00 
405 249 17 466 059 00 489 000 00 489 000 00 



515 226 24 595 167 00 



000 00 

622 560 00 622 560 00 



Notes: 

(a) Transferred to State Agricultural Society Contingent Fund. 

(b) Distributed to citrus fairs as defined in Section 94 of the Agricultural Code. Distribution made in July, subsequent 

to the close of the fiscal year in which the revenue accrued. 

(c) Distributed to agricultural fairs upon the basis of premiums- paid as provided by Section 92 of the Agricultural Code, 

Distribution made in January of the fiscal year next succeeding the year in which the revenue accrued. 



STATEMENT OF UNBUDGETED SURPLUS 
Fair and Exposition Fund 



Estimated unbudgeted surplus, July 1, 1959 
Estimated revenue for biennium 1959-1941 (net) 

Total 

Less proposed expenditures for biennium 1959-1941: 
Support, California Horse Racing Board 
Support, Department of Finance 
Support, Sixth District Agricultural Association 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 
Encouragement of Agricultural Fairs: 

Los Aiigeles County Fair 

Citrus Fairs (National Orange Show) 

County Fairs 

District Fairs 
Support and Capital Outlay, California Polytechnic School 
Support and Capital Outlay, University of California 
Capital Outlay: 

County Fairs 

District Fairs 

Total proposed expenditures 

Estimated unbudgeted surplus, June 50. 1941 
Available for I94I apportionment to: 
Citrus Fairs (National Orange Show) 
County Fairs 
District Fairs 



$250 000 00 

265 101 00 

547 684 00 

1 557 124 00 



$527 686 00 

917 054 00 



$1 254 202 00 

5 750 000 00 

$6 984 202 00 



$ 60 000 00 
20 000 00 

50 060 00 
1 600 00 



2 617 909 00 
819 585 00 
978 000 00 



1 2i|4 720 00 



5 771 812 00 
$1 212 590 00 



$134 710 00 
280 Il19 00 
797 26l 00 



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ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE PERSONNEL BOARD 

SUMMARY 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE ( + 1 




AND ESTIMATED 
1937-1939 BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 

1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE ( — 1 




89TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 92D 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL TEARS 


1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 

Support : 

Board 

Administration 

Classification and Certification 
Testing and Recruiting 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$ ]f, 927 05 

69 229 85 

155 527 66 

276 hoi : 



$ 59 1;62 00 

95 051 00 
252 660 00 
572 29$ 00 



$+13 53I1 95 
+23 801 17 
+97 552 3k 
+95 387 61 



$5l;6 891 93« $777 W oo +$230 556 07 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




RAIART 
RANGE 
CROOR 
HUHtn 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



108 135 20]). 20li 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and erpense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$199 370 38 

17 221 bk 

31 172 11 

9 806 80 

$257 570 93 



$238 266 00 
15 200 00 

30 055 00 
5 800 00 

$289 321 00 
257 570 95 

$514-6 891 93 



$318 605 00 
16 975 00 
3k 330 00 
11 601 00 

$381 511 00 



$337 625 00 

lb 975 00 

3k 330 00 

7 007 00 

$395 937 00 
581 311 00 

$777 kkB 00 



The State Personnel Board was created by the Constitution and has as 
its function the administration of a general program of personnel adminis- 
tration for approximately 21,000 civil service positions in the State 
service. The work of the board includes classifying positions in accordance 
with duties being performed to the end that like salaries shall be paid 
for like duties; making job analyses of positions to determine the qualifi- 
cations necessary for the proper performance of the duties involved; con- 
ducting practical examinations to develop eligible lists of persons qualified 
for state employment; collecting and analyzing data as a basis for determining 
proper rates of pay; auditing state payrolls to insure compliance with the 
Civil Service Act and budgetary provisions of the Department of Finance; 
administering personnel regulations affecting employees in the service: 
such as, sick leaves, leaves of absence, vacations, reports of performance, 
reinstatements, and transfers; and cooperating with agencies of State 
government exempt from civil service and with political subdivisions of 
the State by performing personnel services in their behalf. 



* Includes deficiency of $122,986.00 authorized by the Direotor of Finance and the Governor under Section 661 of the 
Political Code. Legislative appropriation to meet this deficlenoy is recommended in order that expenditures 
incurred thereunder may be paid. 



Office at Sacramento 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



Page 77 



STATE PERSONNEL BOARD - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


_ 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 



k 7 7 7 



ll 7 9 9 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

BOARD 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Board Member (5) per diem 

Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Senior Legal Stenographer 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part time) 

Junior Typist-Clerk 

Hearing Reporters (intermittent) 

Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 
Referee 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Totals, Service and Expense 
Less abatements 

Net Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, BOARD 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



Ex 


$ 


5 286 2J 


$ 


7 000 


00 


$ 


7 000 


00 


$ 


7 000 


00 


Ex 




5 000 00 




3 000 


00 




3 000 


00 




3 000 


00 


Ik 




2 2J0 00 




2 kOO 
1 800 


00 




2 kOO 

1 800 


00 




2 kOO 
1 800 


00 


10 




k23 27 




00 




00 




00 


& 




1 520 00 




1 klO 
832 


00 




960 


00 




1 kkO 00 


6 




10 05 




00 




00 




6k0 

960 


00 


2 




908 00 




960 


00 




00 




00 


- 




1 606 00 




500 


00 




500 


00 




500 


00 


- 


$ 


- 


% 


- 




390 

$ 18 330 


00 
00 


810 
$ 18 750 


00 




lit 78? 55 


17 902 


00 


00 


18 




. 




. 






2 9Uo 


00 




3 120 


GO 


k 


$ 


- 


% 


- 




$ 


1 080 00 
22 350 00 


1 iko 
$ 23 010 


00 




lit 783 55 


17 902 


00 


00 




$ 


301 81 


% 


k25 


00 


$ 


k75 


00 


$ 


k75 


00 






208 71 




175 


00 




250 00 




250 


00 




$ 


510 52 


% 


600 


00 


$ 


725 


00 


$ 


725 


GO 




$ 


211 19 


% 


1 060 


00 


$ 


1 000 


00 


$ 


1 000 


00 






I4.03 86 




2 950 


00 




3 200 


00 




3 200 


00 








260 


00 




300 


00 




300 


00 




* 


1 569 7k 


$ 


1 kOO 
5 670 


00 
00 


$ 


1 600 
6 100 


00 
00 


$ 


1 600 
6 100 


00 




5 858 15 


00 




t 


-90 00 
5 768 15 


$ 


- 




$ 


- 




$ 


- 






5 670 


00 


6 100 


00 


6 100 


00 




% 657 8J 

$ 21 720 05 


$ 


35 


00 




2k2 


00 




210 


00 




2k 207 


00 


29 kl? 


00 


30 ok5 


00 










21 720 05 










29 kl7 


00 








$ k5 927 05 








$ 59k62 


00 



17 21 21 20 



17 21 2k 2k 



ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Executive Officer 
Junior Personnel Technician 
Student Personnel Assistant 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk 
Junior Typist-Clerk 
Intermediate Information Clerk 
Junior Clerk 
Bookkeeper, Grade 1 
Junior Messenger 
Intermediate File Clerk 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 

Student Personnel Assistant 
Senior Information Clerk 
Senior File Clerk 
Junior Clerk 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 



28 


$ 5 006 60 


$ 5 220 


00 


% 5 280 00 


$ 5 280 00 


9 


7k 66 


x a 


00 


1 680 00 


1 680 00 


5 


1 nk 17 
3 571 3*1 
3 k20 29 


00 


- 


- 


10 


5 520 


00 


5 520 00 


5 520 00 


6 


6 900 


00 


6 960 00 


5 520 00 


5 


1 073 33 


1 320 


00 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


2 


295 19 


- 




- 


- 


6 


391 ?8 


1 320 


00 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


2 


2 272 63 


3 8k0 


00 


3 8k0 00 


3 8k0 00 


10 


1 700 00 

1 612 10 


1 800 


00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 


1 695 


00 


1 680 00 


1 680 00 


5 


1 600 00 


2 550 


00 


2 6ko 00 


2 6ko 00 




- 






1 815 00 
* 33 855 00 


3 615 00 




$ 22 192 29 


$ 31 795 


00 


$ 3k 215 00 


5 


_ 


_ 




1 200 00 


1 320 00 


9 


- 


- 




. 


1 680 00 


9 


- 


- 




1 680 00 


1 800 00 


2 


- 


- 




960 00 
t 37 695 00 


1 020 00 




$ 22 192 29 


$ 31 795 


00 


$ kO 035 00 



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ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE PERSONNEL BOARD - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 






EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 






SALARY 
RANGE 

NUMBER 


ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 9I5T | 92D 


1940-41 



ADMINISTRATION - Continued 

MATERIALS AMD SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Totals, Service and Expense 
Less abatements 

Net Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 1 110 77 
1 022 80 


$ 
$ 


1 550 00 

575 00 


$ 
$ 


1 koo 00 
650 00 

2 050 00 


$ 

$ 


1 1)00 00 

650 00 


$ 2 155 57 


1 925 00 


2 050 00 


$ i 1)11 79 

886 02 

902 85 

1 569 75 


$ 


1 000 00 
800 00 
800 00 

1 IlOO 00 


$ 


1 100 00 

850 00 

900 00 

1 600 00 


$ 


1 100 00 

850 00 

900 00 

1 600 00 



k 770 ia 
-50 96 

It 719 1)5 
l 911l 52 



k 000 00 



$ 550 00 $ 



$ jo 959 85 $ 



58 270 00 
50 959 85 



k I1.50 00 

1 1)01) 00 



$ k 000 00 $ k I150 00 $ k 450 00 



$ k 1l50 00 



00 



$ I4.5 599 00 $ 



iij £32 00 
1)5 599 00 



$ 69 229 85 



$ 93 031 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


? 


? 


? 


? 


2 


fc 


4 


k 


3 


2 


2 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


2 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


_ 


_ 


8 


8 


8 


8 


11 


15 


15 


15 


1 


1 


L 


I 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


6 


6 


6 


9 


9 


9 


9 


•5 


3 


i 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 



14.9 58 58 58 



1)9 58 79 79 



CLASSIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Principal Personnel Technician 
Senior Personnel Technician 
Associate Personnel Technician 
Assistant Personnel Technician 
Junior Personnel Technician 
Student Personnel Assistant 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Senior Typist-Clerk 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk 
Junior Typist -Clerk 
Supervising Clerk, Grade 1 
Senior Clerk 
Intermediate Clerk 
Junior Clerk 
Key Punch Operator 
Tabulating Machine Operator 
Supervising Key Punch Operator 
Temporary help: 

Junior Clerical 

Junior Statistician 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 

Principal Personnel Technician 

(Promotion of Senior Personnel Technician) 

Associate Personnel Technician 

Assistant Personnel Technician 

Office Manager 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

Intermediate Typist-Clerk 

Junior Typist-Clerk 

Senior Clerk 

Intermediate Clerk 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

Less abatements for services to other agencies 

Net Totals, Salaries and Wages 



25 

2 } 
16 

12 

9 
5 

10 
6 
h 
9 
5 

2 

13 

9 
5 
2 
lia 



25 



037 51 
950 00 
735 00 
825 00 
956 12 
9L8 75 

260 00 

iilp 

989 68 
79 
. 03 
260 00 

820 00 
560 00 
688 63 
996 4 
110 00 

130 00 



2 601 21 

3 192 61t 



3 81)0 00 

5 520 00 
k 320 00 

6 960 00 
2 i)00 00 

2 76O 00 

1 080 00 



10 

111 



3 81)0 00 

5 520 00 

k 320 00 

6 960 00 

2 IiOO 00 

2 760 00 

1 080 00 

10 560 00 

1); 400 00 

2 280 00 
1 800 00 

7 200 00 

8 62)0 00 

3 1)20 00 

1 560 00 

2 000 00 

9 855 00 
$ 61) 222 58 $ 77 563 00 $ 83 315 00 $ 88 595 00 



3 8I10 00 

5 1)75 00 
k 320 00 

6 £88 00 
2 1)00 00 

2 67O 00 

1 170 00 
10 050 00 

11) 1)00 00 

2 220 00 

1 710 00 

7 200 00 

8 61)0 00 

3 1)20 00 

1 560 00 

2 000 00 



60 00 

.00 00 

2 280 00 
1 800 00 

7 200 00 

8 61)0 00 

3 1)20 00 



1 560 00 

2 000 00 

1) 575 00 



1)80 00 



720 00 



16 


- 


- 




5 160 
k 080 


00 


5 520 
£320 


00 


12 


- 


- 




00 


00 


19 


- 


- 




3 120 


00 


5 300 


00 


\ 


- 


- 




2 160 


00 


2 280 00 


5 


. 


- 




3 kOO 
2 880 


00 


9 240 
3 060 


00 


2 


- 


- 




00 


00 


9 


_ 


- 




1 680 


00 


1 800 


00 


5 


- 


- 


00 


3 600 

$111) 875 
-k 080 


00 
00 


3 960 
$122 795 


00 




$ 61) 222 58 


$ 77 563 


00 




-3 1)02 75 


-1) 080 


00 


00 


-1) 080 


00 




$ 60 819 83 


$ 75 1)83 


00 


$110 795 


00 


$118 715 


00 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL TEARS 



89TH 90TH 9I5T 920 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE PERSONNEL BOARD - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



rage 79 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-36 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



CLASSIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION - Continued 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Totals, Service and Expense 
Less abatements 

Net Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, CLASSIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



i 1 872 95 

1 505 k7 


$ 
$ 


1 925 00 
650 00 

2 575 00 


$ 
$ 


2 100 00 
800 00 

2 900 00 


$ 
$ 


2 100 00 

800 00 


t 5 578 ii.2 


2 900 00 


i 916 85 

1 6Ui 86 

1*95 92 

5 159 66 


$ 


1*75 00 

1 1*00 00 

koo 00 

2 800 00 


$ 


1 500 00 

1 500 00 

k5o 00 

5 200 00 


$ 


1 500 00 

1 500 00 

fco 00 

5 200 00 


> 6 167 29 

-629 15 


$ 
$ 


5 075 00 
-720 00 


$ 
$ 


6 650 00 
-720 00 

5 950 00 


$ 

$ 


6 650 00 

-720 00 


! 5 558 Ik 


1* 555 00 


5 950 00 


> 5 685 27 


$ 1 1*95 00 

$ 81 908 00 
75 W 66 


$ 5 720 00 
$125 51*5 00 


$ 


1 770 00 


S 75 1*19 66 


$129 515 00 
125 51*5 00 




$155 527 66 






$252 660 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


* 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


1 


1 


1 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1* 


5 


5 


5 


5 


•5 


i 


5 


7 


15 


15 


15 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


- 


1 


1 


1 



58 1*9 1*9 1*9 



TESTING AND RECRUITING 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Principal Personnel Examiner 25 

Senior Personnel Examiner 25 

Associate Personnel Examiner 16 

Assistant Personnel Examiner 12 

Junior Personnel Examiner 9 

Junior Personnel Technician 9 

Student Personnel Assistant 5 

Interviewer Ly. 

Senior Interviewer 11 

Junior Engineer, General Construction 12 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 10 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 6 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk 1* 

Intermediate Typist-Clerk 5 

Junior Typist-Clerk 2 

Supervising Clerk, Grade 1 15 

Senior Clerk 9 

Intermediate Clerk 5 

Junior Clerk • 2 

Intermediate Office Appliance Operator 
Key Punch Operator 
Supervising Test Checker 
Supervising Duplicating Machine Operator 8 
Temporary help: 

Junior Clerical 

Test Checker 

Chief Examination Proctor 

Examination Proctor 

Hearing Reporter 

Janitor 

Junior Fingerprint Technician 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 

Senior Personnel Examiner 25 

Associate Personnel Examiner 16 

Assistant Personnel Examiner 12 

Junior Personnel Examiner 9 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 10 
(Promotion of Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk) 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 6 



I 
10 



525 oo 
707 67 
691* 56 
569 55 
556 57 
196 78 
655 55 
1*85 22 
1 280 00 
170 00 



96 
51*0 00 
755 25 



1 260 00 



1*50 00 
100 00 
115 16 

229 91 

758 75 

690 00 

25 51 



608 51 

59 711 16 

1 519 57 

1 776 05 

581*65 
251 10 



1* 980 00 
7 680 00 
2 805 00 
6 250 00 

5 590 00 
1 769 00 
1 1*52 00 

1 980 00 

2 01*0 00 

6 1*90 00 
5 oko 00 
5 580 00 

11 960 00 



220 00 

I150 00 

600 00 

61*o 00 



1 


1)|0 


00 


5 


600 


00 


1 


OkO 00 


1 1*00 00 


6 


000 


00 


1 


200 


00 


2 


500 


00 


2 


700 


00 




kOO 


00 




200 


00 



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680 00 
9k0 00 
600 00 
kOO 00 

i 800 00 

1 200 00 



2 oko 00 

2 OkO 00 

7 080 00 
5 kOO 00 

k 080 00 

12 600 00 

2 280 00 

5 k8o 00 

1 200 00 

960 00 

1 lkO 00 

5 600 00 
1 560 00 



k00 00 
760 00 

200 00 

500 00 
700 00 

1*00 00 

200 00 

5 585 00 



OkO 00 
680 00 

9ko 00 
600 00 
koo 00 
800 00 



1 200 00 

2 oko 00 
2 oko 00 

7 080 00 

5 koo 00 
k 080 00 

12 600 00 
2 280 00 

5 1*80 00 

1 200 00 

960 00 



iko 00 
600 00 
560 00 



koo 00 
760 00 

200 00 

500 00 
700 00 
koo 00 

200 00 

8 085 00 



$101 582 75 $118 686 00 $ 95 865 00 $100 565 00 



5 8k0 00 
2 580 00 
8 160 00 
5 560 00 
560 00 

2 6k0 00 



k 080 00 

2 760 00 

8 6ko 00 

5 600 00 
560 00 

2 880 00 



Page 80 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE PERSONNEL BOARD - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


• ESTIMATED 
NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 
1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 1 NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 9IST | 92D 


1939-40 1940-41 



- - 2 

- - 2 

- - 2 

- - 6 

: I 1 ! 


2 
2 
2 
6 


58 k9 92 


92 



TESTING AND RECRUITING 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Proposed new positions - continued 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Senior Typist -Clerk 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk 
Junior Typist-Clerk 
Junior Clerk 
Duplicating Machine Operator 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
Less abatements for services to other 
agencies 

Net Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 
Less abatements 

Net Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Totals, Service and Expense 
Less abatements 

Net Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, TESTING AND RECRUITING 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



5 

2 
2 

h 


$ 


$ 


$ 2 160 00 

5 560 00 
2 1(00 00 

5 760 00 
14 loo 00 

6 1(80 00 

$151 565 00 


$ 2 280 00 

5 600 00 

2 61(0 00 

6 120 00 

15 500 00 
6 81(0 00 




$101 582 75 


$118 686 00 


$159 1(65 00 




-8 oli 


-5 600 00 


-5 600 00 


-5 600 00 




$101 571; 71 


$115 086 00 


$l)(7 765 


00 


$155 865 00 




$ 6 511 59 
h 890 55 

$ 11 1(01 7li 
-202 61 


$ 5 500 00 
k 800 00 

$ 10 500 00 
-200 00 

$ 10 100 00 


$ 6 000 
5 500 

$ 11 500 
-200 

$ 11 500 


00 
00 

00 
00 

00 


$ 6 000 00 

5 500 00 




$ 11 500 00 

-200 00 




$ 11 199 15 


$ 11 500 00 




$ 5 801 I4.5 

h 205 li5 
1 108 58 
6 279 Ifi 


$ 5 600 00 

6 000 00 

1 080 00 
5 600 00 


$ k 000 
6 500 
1 200 

6 1(00 


00 
00 
00 
00 


$ li ooo 00 
6 500 00 
1 200 00 

6 1(00 00 




$ 15 594 76 
-2iB 59 

$ 15 11(6 57 


$ 16 280 00 

-250 00 


$ 18 100 
-250 

$ 17 850 


00 
00 

00 


$ 18 100 00 

-250 00 




* 16 050 00 


» 17 850 00 




$ 5 551 18 
$151 1(71 59 


$ 5 720 00 


$ 6 255 


00 


$ It 150 00 




$Hdi 956 00 

151 m 59 


$185 150 


00 


$189 il(5 00 
185 150 00 






$276 1(07 59 






$572 295 00 



'INISTRATIVS 
SUMMARY 



Page 81 



GENERAL FUND 

KS 

Support: 
Administration 
Control and Regulation 
Hearings and Formal Investigations 
Publications and Reports 

Totals, Support 

Other Current Expenses: 

ial Rate Proceedings 

aES 



ACTUAL 

AND ESTIMATED 

1937-1939 B1ENNIUM 

89TH AND 90TH 

FISCAL YEARS 



ESTIMATED 

AND PROPOSED 

1939-1941 BIENNIUM 

91ST AND 92D 

FISCAL YEARS 1937-1939 



INCREASE l + l 

OR DECREASE I — I 

FROM 



$515 50li 07 
85 8!}5 w 

: . . ■. 


iiO 00 
865 560 00 


- 055 95 

+161 o£o hk 


97 120 oo 


+15 27I) 52 



$1 111 129 91 $1 295 020 00 +$185 890 09 

- 50 000 00 +50 000 00 



$1 111 125 91 $1 5I15 020 00 +»255 89O 09 



REVENUES 

Fees, Fines, Subscriptions and Sales of Publications 



li75 t>6 $ 50 000 00 $ -5 2175 66 



TRANSPORTATION RATE FUND 

-TURES 
Support: 

Administration 

Control and Regulation 

Hearings and Formal Investigations 

Totals, Support 

Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$169 810 56 

ll52 769 W 

68 1)10 98 

1691 021) 01 
16 505 00 

$707 529 01 



$168 1)20 00 
870 



-- 590 56 

51)5 870 00 +95 100 55 
85 705 00 +15 261 02 



$797 995 00 
22 500 00 



+$106 970 99 
+5 795 00 



$820 295 00 +$112 765 99 



:-iv>. . :-.i 

Fees 



$71)5 252 67 $81)5 000 00 $+95 767 53 



GRAND TOTALS, ALL FUNDS 



EXPENDITURES 
REVENUES 



1 818 658 92 $2 165 515 00 +$jlj.6 656 08 
$300 706 33 $895 000 00 $+91) 293 67 



The Railroad Commission, established by the Constitution and the Public 
Utilities Act, is the State body charged with the regulation of public utilities. 
The commission must make examinations, establish rates, conduct hearings, and 
promulgate regulations for public utilities such as railroads and other public 
carriers, gas and electric companies, telephone and telegraph companies, etc. 

In addition, this commission administers the Food Warehouse Act, Statutes 
of 1919; Act, for Regulation of Water Companies, Statutes of 1955; Motor Carrier 
Transportation Act, Statutes of 1935; For-Hire Vessel Act, Statutes of 1935; 
The Highway Carriers' Act, Statutes of 1935; City Carriers' Act, Statutes of 
1955; Transportation Rate Fund Act, Statutes of 1955; and Motor Transportation 
Broker Act, Statutes of 1955. 



Office at San Francisco 



I 



Page 82 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



RAILROAD COMMISSION - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-36 


ESTIMATED 
. NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 
1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89Th|90Th['91ST j 92D 


1940-41 



162 169 179 179 



GENERAL FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$kl5 b05 J3 $1(68 61(5 00 

18 365 9J4. 22 000 00 

71 165 50 9k 599 00 

10 91(9 lb, 10 000 00 



$515 885 91 



$595 2bk 00 
515 885 91 

$1 ill 129 91 



$515 520 00 $5ko 000 00 

21 000 00 21 000 00 

91 750 00 91 750 00 

7 000 00 7 000 00 



$635 270 00 



$659 750 00 
635 270 00 

$1 295 020 00 



36 36 36 36 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Commissioner 
Secretary 

Assistant Executive Secretary 
Assistant to Director, Southern District 
Administrative Assistant to President 
Docket Clerk 

Supervising Clerk, Grade 1 
Secretary-Stenographer 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Typist-Clerk 
Senior File Clerk 
Intermediate File Clerk 
Junior Clerk 

Departmental Accounting Officer 
Senior Stock Clerk 
Intermediate Account Clerk 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE ADD EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Subscriptions to publications 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 






Ex 


$ 1(0 000 00 


$ 38 667 


00 


$ bo 000 


00 


$ bo 000 00 


Ex 


k 999 92 


5 000 


00 


5 000 


00 


5 000 00 


Ex 


3 510 00 


3 6fo0 


00 


3 660 


00 


3 660 00 


Ex 


2 520 00 


2 b.60 


00 


2 1(60 


00 


2 1(60 00 


Ex 


5 775 00 


3 900 


00 


3 900 


00 


3 900 00 


Ex 


2 155 00 


2 280 00 


2 280 


00 


2 280 00 


Ex 


1 785 00 


2 220 


00 


2 280 00 


2 280 00 


Ex 


7 860 65 


7 7b0 


00 


7 7bo 


00 


7 7bo 00 

1 800 00 


Ex 


1 680 00 


1 770 


00 


1 800 


00 


Ex 
Ex 


9 ?69 57 
1(20 00 


12 k20 

8ko 


00 
00 


12 k80 00 
8bo 00 


12 k80 00 
8ko 00 


Ex 


1 7I4.5 00 


1 680 


00 . 


1 680 


00 


1 680 00 


Ex 


2 Q50 00 


1 blio 


00 


1% 


00 


1 kko 00 

6 180 00 


Ex 


k 552 09 


6 165 


00 


00 


Ex 


5 225 00 


2 boo 


00 


2 b.00 
1 800 


00 


2 kOO 00 


Ex 


1 855 00 


1 7L.0 


00 


00 


1 800 00 


Ex 


1 61(0 00 


1 520 


00 


1 320 


00 


1 320 00 


- 


165 08 


150 


00 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 




3 300 
$100 560 


00 

00 


5 820 00 




$ 9b 567 u 


$ 95 852 


00 


$103 080 00 




$ 7 929 k? 
fa 975 67 


$ 10 000 


00 


$ 10 000 00 


$ 10 000 00 




8 000 00 


7 000 


00 


7 000 00 




$ lb 905 Ul 


$ 18 000 00 


$ 17 000 


00 


$ 17 000 00 




$ 10 586 25 


$ 17 6b9 


00 


$ 15 000 


00 


$ 15 000 00 




2 629 95 


5 000 


00 


3 000 


00 


3 000 00 




9 691 85 


12 000 


00 


10 000 


00 


10 000 00 




5 209 37 


6 000 


00 


6 000 


00 


6 000 00 




190 81; 
6b5 68 


500 


00 


900 


00 


900 00 




700 


00 


550 


CO 


550 00 




1 177 78 
$ 30 131 68 


1 250 

$ ki 099 


00 
00 


1 000 


00 


1 000 00 




$ 36 1(50 


00 


$ 56 b5o 00 




$ 10 9b9 lb 
$150 553 07 


$ 10 000 00 

$i6b 951 00 


$ 7 000 


00 


$ 7 000 00 




$161 010 


00 


$163 530 00 






150 555 07 






161 010 00 






$315 50l( 07 






$32k 5bo 00 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



Fage 83 



RAILROAD COMMISSION - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 920 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



1 


I 


1 


1 


1 


] 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


c 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


7 


8 


8 


8 


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1 


1 


1 


h 


It 


it 


It 


h 


k 


It 


It 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


5 


5 


5 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


I 


I 


z 


J 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 
2 


I 


I 


I 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


5 


5 


5 


5 




1 


1 


1 



1 


1 


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1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


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2 


2 


2 


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1 


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5 


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5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 



CONTROL AND REGULATION 
SAURIES AND WAGES 

Public Utilities Department 
General Division: 

Director of Public Utilities Department 

Consulting Chief Engineer 

Assistant Engineer, Grade 1 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

Junior Clerk 

Senior Account Clerk 

Temporary help 
Stenographic Division: 

Supervising Stenographer-Clerk, Grade 1 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

Temporary help 
Gas and Electric Division: 

Supervising Gas and Electric Engineer 

Engineer 

Associate Engineer 

Assistant Engineer, Grade 2 

Assistant Engineer, Grade 1 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

Intermediate Account Clerk 
Hydraulic Division: 

Supervising Hydraulic Engineer 

Engineer 

Associate Engineer 

Assistant Engineer, Grade 2 

Assistant Engineer, Grade 1 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

Senior File Clerk 
Telephone and Telegraph Division: 

Supervising Telephone and Telegraph Enginee 

Engineer 

Associate Engineer 

Assistant Engineer, Grade 1 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Valuation Division: 

Supervising Valuation Engineer 

Engineer 

Associate Engineer 

Assistant Engineer, Grade 2 

Assistant Engineer, Grade 1 

Senior Land Appraiser 

Associate Land Appraiser 

Intermediate Account Clerk 
Research Division: 

Research Engineer 

Assistant Engineer, Grade 2 

Assistant Engineer, Grade 1 

Intermediate Account Clerk 

Senior Account Clerk 

Assistant Rate Analyst 

Temporary help 

Finance and Accounts Department 
General Division: 
Financial Expert 
Assistant Financial Expert 
Principal Accountant 
Senior Accountant 
Semi-Senior Accountant 
Junior Accountant 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 



Ex 


$ 5 807 10 


$ 7 kkO 00 


$ 7 kko 00 


$ 7 kko 00 


Ex 


5 koo oo 


5 koo 00 ' 


5 koo 00 


s koo 00 


Ex 


1 260 00 


2 220 00 


2 280 00 


2 230 00 


Ex 


5 500 00 


5 JkO 00 


5 600 00 


5 600 00 


Ex 


57b 81 


8ko 00 


8kO 00 


8k0 00 


Ex 


1 517 86 
llilO 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Ex 


1 890 00 


2 100 00 


2 160 00 


2 160 00 


Ex 


9 I1OI1 91 


11 670 00 


11 760 00 


11 760 00 


- 


120 85 


- 


- 


- 


Ex 


ll 800 00 


5 100 00 
ik koo 00 


5 100 00 
li koo 00 


5 100 00 
ik koo 00 


Ex 


15 680 00 


Ex 


9 £92 80 


12 k05 00 


12 5k0 00 


12 5ko 00 
8 160 00 


Ex 


7 980 00 


8 160 00 


8 160 00 


Ex 


2 OkO 00 


2 160 00 


2 160 00 


2 160 00 


Ex 


1 6k8 59 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


Ex 


896 77 


1 520 00 


1 520 00 


1 520 00 


Ex 


1 580 00 


- 


- 


- 


Ex 


k 800 00 


5 100 00 


5 100 00 


5 100 00 


Ex 


9 870 00 


10 955 00 


10 980 00 


10 980 00 


Ex 


5 112 90 


6 270 00 


6 56O 00 


6 560 00 


Ex 


5 kl5 00 


5 655 00 


5 700 00 


5 700 00 


Ex 


1 2kl 00 


2 100 00 


2 160 00 


2 160 00 


Ex 


1 6°5 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


Ex 


2 100 00 


2 100 00 


2 100 00 


2 100 00 


Ex 


k 800 00 


5 ico 00 


5 100 00 


5 100 00 


Ex 


5 k20 00 


5 600 00 


5 600 00 


5 600 00 


Ex 


7 94l 67 


9 5ko 00 


9 5ko 00 


9 5ko 00 


Ex 


7 052 26 


8 550 00 


8 6ko 00 


8 6k0 00 


Ex 


1 665 00 


1 770 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


Ex 


1 520 00 


1 520 00 


1 520 00 


1 520 00 


Ex 


k 550 86 


5 100 00 


5 100 00 


5 100 00 


Ex 


9 976 76 


10 800 00 


10 800 00 


10 800 00 


Ex 


6 275 00 


12 k80 00 


12 k80 00 


12 k80 00 


Ex 


k 293 61 


5 160 00 


5 160 00 


5 160 00 


Ex 


721 77 


- 


- 


- 


Ex 


k 200 00 


k 500 00 


k 500 00 


k 500 00 


Ex 


5 000 00 


5 000 00 


5 000 00 


5 000 00 


Ex 


1 952 71 


5 120 00 


5 120 00 


5 120 00 


Ex 


5 900 00 


k 200 00 


k 200 00 


k 200 00 


Ex 


2 460 00 


2 580 00 


2 580 00 


2 580 00 


Ex 


2 oko 00 


k 200 00 


k 200 00 


k 200 00 


Ex 


5 755 52 


7 020 00 


7 080 00 


7 080 00 


Ex 




1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


Ex 


1 682 58 


- 


- 


- 



855 00 



Ex 


6 120 00 


7 kko 00 


7 kko 00 


7 kko 00 


Ex 


5 825 00 


k 125 00 


k 200 00 


k 200 00 


Ex 


7 I170 00 


7 7ko 00 
2 880 00 


7 800 00 


7 800 00 


Ex 


1 920 00 


2 880 00 


2 880 00 


Ex 


12 585 59 
696 k5 


12 675 00 


12 720 00 
1 800 00 


12 720 00 


Ex 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


Ex 


1 890 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


. 1 920 00 


Ex 


220 00 


1 520 00 


1 520 00 


1 520 00 



Page 84 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



RAILROAD COMMISSION - Continued 







EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 








NUMBER OF OFFICERS 




SALARY 
RANGE 
CROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




AND EMPLOYEES 


ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH|90TH| 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



CONTROL AND REGULATION 



5 


5 


5 


5 


2 


5 


5 


5 


5 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


- 


2 


2 


2 


- 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 



1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


5 


5 


5 


5 


Ji 


6 


6 


6 


1 


1 


1 


1 


l 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 



120 128 128 128 



1 1 

5 5 



1 1 
1 1 



SAURIES AND WAGES - Continued 

Transportation Department 
Engineering Division: 

Transportation Engineer (part salary) 

Senior Engineer (part salary) 

Engineer 

Assistant Engineer, Grade 2 

Assistant Engineer, Grade 1 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

Temporary help 
Safety Division: 

Senior Safety Engineer 

Associate Safety Engineer 

Assistant Engineer, Grade 2 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Auto Stage Division: 

Certificate Application Clerk 

Investigator 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Rate Division: 

Transportation Rate Expert (part salary) 

Director of Transportation (part salary) 

Assistant Director of Transportation 
(part salary) 

Assistant Transportation Rate Expert, 
Grade 2 

Assistant Transportation Rate Expert, 
Grade 1 

Assistant Transportation Rate Expert, 
Grade 1 (part salary) 

Transportation Rate Clerk, Grade 2 

Transportation Rate Clerk, Grade 1 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
' Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

Senior Messenger 

Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 

Public Utilities Department 
Intermediate Stenographer- Clerk 
Junior Engineer 

Finance and Accounts Department 
Senior Accountant 
Semi-Senior Accountant 



Ex 


$ 2 250 00 


$ 2 250 00 


$ 2 250 00 


$ 2 250 00 


Ex 


1 950 00 


1 950 00 


1 950 00 


1 950 00 

10 1(1(0 00 


Ex 


10 110 00 


10 595 00 


10 IlIj.0 00 


Ex 


5 117 50 


7 %0 00 


7 7I4.0 00 


7 7lio 00 


Ex 


5 900 66 


li 520 00 


li 520 00 


li 520 00 


Ex 


1 665 00 


1 770 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


Ex 


2 U16 66 


2 6i0 00 
1 080 00 


2 6J4.O 00 


2 6k0 00 


Ex 


678 00 


1 080 oc 


1 080 00 


- 


808 67 


150 00 


- 


- 


Ex 


5 900 00 
5 H05 00 


li 200 00 
6 560 00 


li 200 00 


1; 200 00 


Ex 


6 560 00 


6 560 00 


Ex 


- 


5 560 00 


5 3I4.0 00 
1 SJ10 00 


5 %o 00 
1 UliO 00 


Ex 


- 


960 00 


Ex 


li b50 00 


5 070 00 

k 200 00 


5 160 00 

li 520 00 

1 IiiiO 00 


5 160 00 
k 520 00 
1 kko 00 


Ex 


k 522 86 


Ex 


1 590 00 


1 kko 00 


Ex 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


Ex 


2 700000 


2 700 00 


2 700 00 


2 700 00 


Ex 


900 00 


900 00 


900 00 


900 00 


Ex 


5 075 00 


5 500 00 


5 500 00 


5 500 00 


Ex 


5 750 00 


6 060 00 


6 060 00 


6 060 00 


Ex 


1 500 00 
6 U95 5li 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


Ex 


7 200 00 


7 200 00 


7 200 00 


Ex 


10 855 67 
1 680 00 


12 090 00 


12 2I4.O 00 


12 2I4.O 00 


Ex 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


Ex 


1 51(2 85 


1 650 00 


l 680 00 


1 680 00 


Ex 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


- 


50 00 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


17 220 00 

$567 7li0 00 


57 620 00 




$297 82li 92 


$5ll7 775 00 


$588 lliO 00 



Ex 
Ex 



Ex 
Ex 



1 520 00 

10 200 00 



2 880 00 
2 160 00 



1 iUiO 00 

10 800 00 



5 060 00 
2 280 00 



— — _I _I 
120 128 157 157 



Transportation Department 
Assistant Engineer, Grade 1 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Traveling 

TOTALS, CONTROL AND REGULATION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



Ex 



$297 82li 92 

$ 25 221 6lt 
$525 0li6 56 



$5li7 775 00 

$ 55 500 00 

$581 275 00 
525 OJ4.6 56 

$70li 519 56 



? ?80 00 

$586 580 00 
$ 55 500 00 



2 kbO 00 
180 00 



5^ 500 00 



$1(21 880 00 $1(1(5 1(80 00 
1(21 880 00 

$865 560 00 



Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



:trative 

RAILROAD COMMISSION - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Fage 85 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-36 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



5 5 5 



HEARINGS AND FORMAL INVESTIGATIONS 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Legal Department: 

Chief Counsel 

Senior Attorney 

Assistant Attorney 

Senior Legal Stenographer 

Temporary help 
Ex. miners: 

Director of Southern District 

Transportation Counsel (part salary) 

Examiner 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new position: 
Examiner 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Traveling 
Reporting and transcribing 

Totals, Service and Expense 

TOTALS, HEARINGS AND FORMAL INVESTIGATIONS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 

Ex 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 



Ex 



b 000 00 
k 200 00 
3 000 00 
1 980 00 
_ 550 oo 

5 585 ?o 

500 00 
1 IiOO 00 



$ 7 Wo oo 
/I i 

3 000 00 

1 980 00 
660 00 

300 00 



7 l|i|.o oo $ 7 14i0 oo 

\ 200 00 % 200 00 

3 000 00 3 000 00 

l 980 oo i 980 oo 



7 bho oo 
300 oo 

)|20 00 



7 i#> 00 
300 00 

540 00 



$ 25 013 30 $ 25 020 00 



24 780 00 $ 2ii 000 00 



3 6oo oo 



5 84O 00 



$ 23 013 30 $ 25 020 00 



4 022 73 

11 789 45 



k 000 00 
lb 000 00 



28 380 00 $ 28 74O 00 



4 000 00 $ 2} 000 00 
lb 000 00 lb 000 00 



$ 15 812 18 $ 20 000 00 $2000000 $ 20 000 00 



$ 38 825 48 $ 



45 020 00 

>8 825 he 



$ 83 845 2;8 



48 380 00 $ 48 740 00 

48 580 00 

$ 97 120 00 



PUBLICATIONS AND REPORTS 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Printing 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



t 3 2l60 80 $ 



4 000 00 

5 460 80 



$ 7 460 80 



4 000 00 



$ 4 000 00 

k 000 00 

$ 8 000 00 



EXPENDITURES FOR OTHER CURRENT EXPENSES 



ACTUAL AND ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 

EIGHTY-NINTH AND 

NINETIETH FISCAL YEARS 

1937-1939 



DETAIL 



TOTAL 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 

NINETY-FIRST AND 

NINETY SECOND FISCAL YEARS 

1939-1941 



DETAIL 



TOTAL 



Special Rate Proceedings 

To be allocated upon executive order of the Director of 
Finance for expenses of special rate proceedings to which 
the Commission may become party. 



$ 50 000 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



Page 86 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



RAILROAD COMMISSION - Continued 
REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL TEAR 


FISCAL TEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 



Subscriptions to publications 
Fees, notes and bond issues 
Fees, auto applications 
Fees, utility applications 
Fines and miscellaneous receipts 
Revenues appropriated for support: 
Motor carrier agents' licenses 
Motor carrier permit fees 
Motor broker agents' fees 

Totals, Revenues 



Totals for biennium 



$ 951 76 
12 515 00 

8 100 00 
2 900 00 

1 902 90 

2 00 

k 099 00 
25 00 


$ 900 00 

12 500 00 
8 000 00 

5 000 00 
600 00 


$ 900 00 
12 500 00 

8 000 00 

5 000 00 
600 00 


$ 900 00 

12 500 00 
8 000 00 

3 000 00 

600 00 


$ 50 14.75 66 


$ 25 000 00 
50 it-75 66 

$ 55 k75 66 


$ 25 000 00 


$ 25 000 00 
25 000 00 

$ 50 000 00 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

RAILROAD COMMISSION - Continued 
Transportation Rate Division 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 87 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



69TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETYSECONO 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



ljk 156 155 155 



TRANSPORTATION RATE FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$228 012 68 
15 021 52 
68 17k 8J 
15 618 18 

$32k 827 01 



$27k k55 oo 

19 765 00 

68 200 00 

5 797 00 

$566 197 00 
52k 827 01 

$691 02k 01 



$288 k95 00 $507 200 00 

17 500 00 17 500 00 

77 650 00 77 650000 

6 000 00 6 000 00 



$589 6k5 00 



$ko8 550 00 
589 6k5 00 

$797 995 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Director of Transportation (part salary) 
1111 Assistant to Director of Transportation 
1111 Assistant Director and Chief Engineer, 

Transportation Department (part salary) 
1111 Transportation Economist 
1111 Public Relations Officer 
1111 Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
1111 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
_^ _^ _2_ _2_ Allotment for salary adjustments 

7 7 7 7 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Mater.ials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



Ex 
Ex 


$ 5 900 00 
2 koo 00 


$ k 7ko 00 

2 k60 00 


$ k 7ko 

2 k60 


00 
00 


$ k 7ko 00 

2 kfaO 00 


Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 


k 099 92 
k 200 00 
2 700 00 
1 665 00 
1 320 00 


k 580 00 

k 200 00 
2 700 00 

1 800 00 
1 520 00 


k 380 
k 200 

2 700 

1 800 
1 320 

8k0 

$ 22 kko 


00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 

00 


k 580 00 

k 200 00 
2 700 00 

1 800 00 
1 520 00 
1 680 00 




$ 20 28k 92 


$ 21 600 00 


$ 25 280 00 




$ 5 05k 71 
9 966 61 


$ 9 765 00 

10 000 00 


$ 7 500 

10 000 


00 
00 


$ 7 500 00 
10 000 00 




% 15 021 52 


$ 19 765 00 


$ 17 500 


00 


$ 17 500 00 




$ 1 25k 09 

1 075 58 

k 619 29 

ik 518 17 

56 15 

179 52 

15 565 52 

2 578 02 
$ 57 82k Ik 


$ 1 800 00 
800 00 

k 000 00 

15 500 00 

koo 00 

200 00 

15 000 00 

2 200 00 


$ 1 250 

1 500 
5 000 

12 000 
200 
200 

15 000 

2 700 


00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 


$ 1 250 00 

1 500 00 
5 000 00 

12 000 00 
200 00 
200 00 

15 000 00 

2 700 00 




$ 57 900 00 


$ 37 850 


00 


$ 57 850 00 




$ 15 618 18 

$ 86 7k8 56 


$ 5 797 00 

$ 85 062 00 
86 7k8 56 


$ 6 000 00 


$ 6 000 00 




$ 85 790 


00 


t 8k 650 00 
85 790 00 






$169 810 56 






$168 k20 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


6 


7 


7 


7 


k 


k 


k 


k 


1 






- 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


12 


11 


11 


11 


1 


1 


1 


1 


6 


6 


6 


6 


1 


1 


1 


1 



CONTROL AND REGULATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Truck and Stage Division: 

Assistant Chief, Truck and Stage Division 

Certificate Application Clerk 

Supervising Insurance Clerk 

Senior Insurance Clerk 

Junior Insurance Clerk 

Supervising Account Clerk 

Intermediate Account Clerk 

Senior Cashier-Clerk 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

Junior Typist-Clerk 

Senior File Clerk 



Ex 


$ 5 600 00 


$ 5 600 00 


$ 5 600 00 


$ 5 600 00 


Ex 


2 525 00 


2 koo 00 


2 koo 00 


2 koo 00 


Ex 


k 070 00 


k 500 00 


2 280 00 


2 280 00 


Ex 


9 699 ki 


15 260 00 


15 520 00 


15 520 00 


Ex 


k?57k2 


5 805 00 


5 880 00 


5 880 00 


Et 


2 k90 00 


- 


- 


- 


Ex 


5 600 00 


1 520 00 


1 520 00 


1 520 00 


Ex 


1 900 00 


2 010 00 


2 oko 00 


2 oko 00 


Ex 


15 685 06 


15 810 00 


15 81io 00 


15 8ko 00 


Ex 


5ko 00 


1 110 00 


1 lko 00 


1 iko 00 


Ex 


6 01k 25 


6 k80 00 


6 k8o 00 
1 800 00 


6 k80 00 
1 800 00 


Ex 


1 760 00 


1 770 00 



Page 88 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

RAILROAD COMMISSION - Continued 
Transportation Rate Division 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 





EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


SALAHY 


ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 


GROUP 
NUMBER 


EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



CONTROL AND REGULATION 



6 
4 


I 


2 


2 


i 


i 


i 


i 


- 


1 


i 


i 


- 


1 


i 


i 


- 


5 


5 


5 


, 


5 


5 


5 




20 


20 


20 


- 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


k 


4 


4 


il 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


6 


6 


6 


6 


8 


8 


8 


8 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1 


2 


2 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 



116 117 116 116 



SALARIES Alffi WAGES 

Truck and Stage Division - Continued 
Intermediate Clerk 
Junior Clerk 

Intermediate Shipping Clerk 
Intermediate File Clerk 
Supervising Auditor, Grade 1 
Auditor, Grade 1 
Temporary help 
Investigation Division: 
Supervising Investigator 
Investigator 

Transportation Rate Clerk, Grade 1 
Intermediate Legal Stenographer 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Temporary help 
Rate Division: 

Transportation Rate Expert (part salary) 
Assistant Transportation Rate Expert, 

Grade 5 
Assistant Transportation Rate Expert, 

Grade 2 
Assistant Transportation Rate Expert, 

Grade 1 
Assistant Transportation Rate Expert, 

Grade 1 (part salary) 
Transportation Rate Clerk, Grade 2 
Transportation Rate Clerk, Grade 1 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Clerk 
Junior Clerk 
Engineering Division: 

Transportation Engineer (part salary) 
Senior Engineer 
Senior Engineer (part salary) 
Associate Engineer 
Assistant Engineer, Grade 2 
Assistant Engineer, Grade 1 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Engineering Aide 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Traveling 

TOTALS, CONTROL AND REGULATION 



TOTALS FOR BIEIWIUM 



Ex 


$ 6 ?1|8 54 
2 Il90 00 


$ 6 180 


00 


$ 6 560 


00 


% 6 56O 00 


Ex 


4 500 


00 


4 500 


00 


4 500 00 


Ex 


685 57 


1 200 


00 


1 200 


00 


1 200 00 


Ex 




1 520 


00 


1 520 


00 


1 520 00 


Ex 


- 


5 120 


00 


5 120 


00 


5 120 00 


Ex 


- 


5 76o 


00 


5 760 


00 


5 760 00 


- 


1 148 92 


1 256 


00 






- 


Ex 


4 94o oo 


8 555 


00 


8 580 


00 


8 580 00 


Ex 


ii5 525 58 


lil 520 


00 


42 600 


00 


42 600 00 


Ex 


- 


1 800 


00 


1 800 


00 


1 800 00 


Ex 


2 61l0 00 


2 850 


00 


2 880 


00 


2 880 00 


Ex 


5 h?6 17 
240 00 


5 460 


00 


5 520 


00 


5 520 00 


Ex 


960 


00 


960 00 


960 00 


- 


106 I4.5 


- 




- 




- 


Ex 


5 000 00 


5 500 


00 


5 500 


00 


5 500 00 


Ex 


5 450 00 


5 600 


00 


5 600 


00 


5 600 00 


Ex 


- 


5 500 


00 


5 500 


00 


5 500 00 


Ex 


2 160 00 


2 9ll0 


00 


2 9I1O 


00 


2 940 00 


Ex 


1 500 00 


1 500 


00 


1 500 


00 


1 500 00 


Ex 


10 705 80 


lil 855 


00 


111 880 


00 


lii 880 00 


Ex 


8 262 00 


15 660 


00 


15 720 


00 


15 720 00 


Ex 


6 510 00 


7 200 


00 


7 200 


00 


7 200 00 


Ex 


900 00 


2 iiOO 00 


2 1;00 


00 


2 IlOO 00 


Ex 


719 52 


- 




- 




- 


Ex 


2 7lt9 92 


2 250 00 


2 250 


00 


2 250 00 


Ex 


8 050 00 


8 ilOO 00 


8 IiOO 


00 


8 ilOO 00 


Ex 


1 950 00 


1 950 00 


1 950 


00 


1 950 00 


Ex 


2 212 90 


5 090 


00 


5 180 00 


5 180 00 


Ex 


2 580 00 


2 760 


00 


2 760 


00 


2 760 00 


Ex 


- 


2 040 


00 


2 040 00 


2 040 00 


Ex 


1 710 00 


2 6I1O 


00 


2 640 00 


2 feli.0 00 


Ex 


1 225 48 


- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


52U 


00 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 




12 510 

$251 270 


00 

00 


27 840 00 




$182 521 17 


$220 755 


00 


$246 600 00 




$ 25 215 50 


$ 24 500 


00 


$ % 000 00 


$ Jli 000 00 




$207 554 47 


$245 255 


00 


$265 27O 


00 


$280 600 00 






207 554 47 






265 270 00 






$452 769 Iff 






$5ii5 870 00 



HEARINGS AND FORMAL INVESTIGATIONS 



1 


i 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 



11 12 12 12 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Transportation Counsel (part salary) 
Chief, Division of Investigation 
Senior Attorney 
Assistant Attorney 
Junior Attorney 
Junior Deputy Counsel 
Senior Legal Stenographer- 
Intermediate Legal Stenographer 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 



Ex 


$ 4 500 00 


$ 4 650 00 


$ k 800 00 


$ 4 800 00 


Ex 


4 050 00 


Ji 500 00 


4 500 00 


4 500 00 


Ex 


5 I150 00 


5 825 00 


5 900 00 


5 900 00 


Ex 


5 550 00 
4 079 55 


5 700 00 


5 700 00 


5 700 00 


Ux 


6 900 00 


7 200 00 


7 200 00 


Ex 


450 00 


1 875 00 


2 100 00 


2 100 00 


Ex 


1 260 00 


1 770 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


Ex 


2 067 26 


2 880 00 


5 000 00 


5 000 00 
4 520 00 


- 


- 


- 


1 785 00 
$ 5ii 785 00 




$ 25 ii06 59 


$ 52 100 00 


$ 57 520 00 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

RAILROAD COMMISSION - Continued 
Transportation Rate Division 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 89 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL TEARS 



89TH| 90TH 9IST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1936-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



HEARINGS AND FORMAL INVESTIGATIONS - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Traveling 
Reporting and transcribing 

Totals, Service and Expense 

TOTALS, HEARINGS AND FORMAL INVESTIGATIONS 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 286 99 
li 85C liO 

$ 5 157 59 
$ 50 51*5 98 



* 


800 00 

5 000 00 


t 


5 800 00 


$ 


57 900 00 
50 5li5 98 



$ 68 to 98 



800 00 

5 000 00 



•JuC 00 

5 000 00 



$580000 $580000 



$ 1(0 585 00 



$ ll5 120 00 

lio 585 00 
$ 85 705 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE TRANSPORTATION RATE FUND 



Fees 



Quarterly Fees (one quarter of one percent of gross 

operating revenue of transportation agencies] $55li 178 67 
li ' 



Application and Renewal Fees 
Totals, Revenues 

Totals for biennium 



25 578 00 
$559 55& 67 



$555 676 00 
50 000 00 

$585 676 00 
559 556 67 

$7l;5 252 67 



$532 000 00 
55 000 00 

$1H5 000 00 



$597 000 00 
55 000 00 

$14.50 000 00 

£15 000 00 

$81i5 000 00 



STATEMENT OF UNBUDGETED SURPLUS 

Transportation Rate Fund 

Estimated unbudgeted surplus, July 1, 1959 
Estimated revenue for biennium 1959-19W 

Total 

Less proposed expenditures for biennium 1959"19l|l : 
Support 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

Total proposed expenditures 

Estimated unbudgeted surplus, June 50, 19it-l 



$797 995 00 
22 500 00 



$ 2 05l( 01 
81;5 000 00 

$81(7 05li 01 



820 295 00 

$ 26 759 01 



Page 90 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

SECRETARY OF STATE 

SUMMARY 



ACTUAL 

AND ESTIMATED 

1937-1939 BIENNIUM 

S9TH AND 90TH 

FISCAL YEARS 



ESTIMATED 

AND PROPOSED 

1939-1941 BIENNIUM 

91ST AND 92D 

FISCAL YEARS 



INCREASE l + l 

OR DECREASE <— 

FROM 

1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 



EXPENDITURES 
Support 

Other Current Expenses: 

Printing Election Pamphlets 

Totals. Current Expenses 

Capital Outlay 

Fireproof Vault Equipment 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$li|l 155 70 $165 710 00 $+2lt 556 50 
126 758 09* 125 000 00 -1 758 09 



$267 891 79 $290 710 00 $+22 818 21 

6 000 00 - -6 000 00 
$275 891 79 $290 710 00 $+16 818 21 



REVENUES 
Fees 



$l£l 5li2 62 $1l!;9 000 00 



-2 51(2 62 



COLLECTION AGENCY LICENSE FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



REVENUES 

License Fees 

Professional and Vocational Standards Building Rental 

TOTAL REVENUES 



26 887 18 
686 71 

27 575 89 
25 2lj2 00 



28 lj.90 00 

750 00 



+1 602 82 
+I|5 29 



$ 29 220 00 $ +1 61l6 11 



26 000 00 

750 00 



+758 00 
+750 00 



$ 25 2li2 00 $ 2b 750 00 $ +1 508 00 



EXPENDITURES 
REVENUES 



GRAND TOTALS, ALL FUNDS 



$501 I4.65 68 $519 950 00 $+18 1A 52 
$li76 581; 62 $14.75 750 00 $ -85k 62 



Through the Secretary of State, a constitutional officer, foreign 
corporations are admitted to the State, and domestic corporations are created, 
their articles of incorporation amended and their dissolution effected. 

His duties include attesting and making a record of commissions, pardons 
and other documents signed by the Governor, the registration of trade-marks 
licensing of collection agencies, distributing ballot paper, preparing and dis- 
tributing ballots and pamphlets of propositions appearing on ballots, and can- 
vassing election returns. 

In his custody are the Great Seal, the Constitution and laws of the State, 
the records of the legislature, all conveyances of real property to the State, 
official oaths, and documents relating to the formation,- growth and disincorpo- 
ration of municipal corporations and other public districts. 

The Collection Agency License Division in the office of the Secretary of 
State regulates, supervises and licenses collection agencies. 

All individuals, corporations or associations acting as collection 
agencies must obtain licenses from, and file a surety bond with this division. 
Complaints are heard and licenses are revoked for noncompliance with the law 
governing such agencies. 






Includes deficiency of $56,758.09 authorized by the Director of Finance and the Governor under Section 661 of the Political 
Code. Legislative appropriation to meet this deficiency is recommended in order that expenditures incurred thereunder may 
be paid. 

Office at Sacramento 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



Page 91 



SECRETARY OF STATE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



S9TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY. FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



2li 21 2li 21 



GENERAL FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ li? 585 51 
6 205 15 
8 651 90 
5 228 15 


$ 55 885 00 

7 500 00 

11 900 00 

600 00 


$ 58 890 00 

7 550 00 

12 650 00 

1 900 00 


$ 61 920 00 

7 850 00 

15 650 00 

1 500 00 


$ 67 168 70 


$ 75 685 00 
67 1(68 70 


$ 80 790 00 


$ 81; 920 00 

80 790 00 




$12l1 155 70 




$165 710 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


- 


- 


- 


2 


1 


2 


2 



21; 21 22 22 



21; 21 21; 



_2 

21; 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Secretary of State 
Assistant Secretary of State 
Assistant to Secretary of State 
Assistant to Secretary of State 
Corporation Counsel 
Bookkeeper 
Notarial Examiner 

Election and Certification Assistant 
Trade Mark Examiner 
Senior Legal Stenographer 
Archivist 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk 
Archivist and Shipper 
Senior Typist-Clerk 
Janitor 

Intermediate Account Clerk 
Intermediate Clerk 
Photocopying Machine Operator 
Election Clerk (temporary) 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 
Photocopying 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and t elegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Storage 
Photocopying 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 

Office and warehouse 



Ex 


$ 


5 000 00 
k 800 00 


$ 


5 000 


00 


$ 


5 000 


00 


$ 


5 000 


no 


26 






5 olo 
1 000 


00 




5 olo 

1 000 


00 




5 olo 

1 000 


00 


Ex 




1; 000 00 




00 




00 




00 


25 




1 500 00 




1 800 


00 




1 800 


00 




1 800 


00 


20 




5 900 00 




1 020 


00 




1 020 


00 




1 020 


00 


9 




2 0l;0 00 




2 160 


00 




2 160 


00 




2 160 


00 


9 




2 OlO 00 




2 160 


00 




2 160 00 




2 160 


00 


15 




2 570 00 




2 190 


00 




2 520 


00 




2 520 


00 


li 




2 lOO 00 




2 520 


00 




2 520 


00 




2 520 


00 


10 




5 8I4.O 00 

1 680 00 




1 080 


00 




1 080 


00 




1 080 


00 


9 






1 800 00 




1 800 00 




1 800 00 


10 




1 800 00 




1 920 


00 




1 920 


00 




1 920 


00 


5 




5 6I5 55 




1 020 00 




1 080 


00 




1 080 


00 


9 




1 010 00 




1 O65 


00 




1 080 00 




1 080 00 


9 




1 580 00 




1 710 
1 680 


00 




1 800 00 




1 800 00 


5 




1 500 00 




00 




1 680 


00 




1 680 00 


6 
5 




209 55 
1 596 i-7 




1 520 


00 




1 520 


00 




1 520 


00 


6 




1 251 10 




1 550 


00 




2 760 
1 800 


00 




2 76O 


00 


- 




- 




2 500 00 




00 




5 000 


00 


- 




1(22 77 




250 


00 




500 


00 




500 00 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 




1 650 
$ 56 190 


00 
00 


5 210 
$ 59 280 


00 




19 585 514- 


55 885 


00 


00 


5 


% 


. 


$ 


. 




2 100 

$ 58 890 


00 

00 


2 610 

$ 61 920 


00 




19 585 51 


55 885 


00 


00 




% 


2 190 12 


$ 


2 500 


00 


$ 


2 500 


00 


$ 


2 500 


00 






2 566 29 




5 000 


00 




5 000 


00 




5 500 


00 






655 68 




600 


00 




650 


00 




650 


00 






515 01; 




1 200 


00 




1 200 


00 




1 200 


00 




% 


6 205 15 


$ 


7 500 


00 


$ 


7 550 


00 


$ 


7 850 


00 




$ 


508 57 


$ 


600 


00 


$ 


800 00 


$ 


800 00 






575 70 




loo 


00 




loo 


00 




loo 


00 






1 205 98 




1 200 


00 




1 200 


00 




1 200 


00 






2 570 15 




2 900 


00 




2 900 


00 




2 900 


00 






209 67 




200 


00 




250 


00 




250 


00 






1 265 22 




1 500 


00 




1 500 


00 




1 500 


00 






2 222 17 




1 500 00 




5 000 


00 




6 000 


00 




% 


191 01 
8 651 90 


$ 


600 00 
11 900 00 


600 00 

$ 12 65O 00 


$ 


600 


00 




15 650 


00 




% 


5 228 15 


$ 


600 


00 


$ 


1 900 


00 


$ 


1 500 00 



Page 92 



ADMINISTRATIVE 
SECRETARY OF STATE - Continued 



EXPENDITURES FOR OTHER CURRENT EXPENSES 



ACTUAL AND ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 

EIGHTY-NINTH AND 

NINETIETH FISCAL YEARS 

1937-1939 



DETAIL 



TOTAL 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 

NINETY-FIRST AND 

NINETY SECOND FISCAL YEARS 

1939-1941 



DETAIL 






TOTAL 



Printing election pamphlets containing text and arguments 
respecting proposed constitutional amendments and laws 
to be voted upon at state-wide elections. 



$126 758 09» 



$125 000 00 



EXPENDITURES FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY 



APPROPRIATED 

EIGHTY-NINTH AND 

NINETIETH FISCAL YEARS 

1937-1939 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 

NINETY-FIRST AND 

NINETY-SECOND FISCAL YEARS 

1939-1941 



DETAIL 



TOTAL 



Fireproof vault equipment 



$ 6 000 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-dO 


19*0-41 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 



General fees 

Domestic corporation fees 

Foreign corporation fees 

Notary Public fees 

Corporation taxes - revivors 

Trust receipt fees 

Miscellaneous 

Totals, Revenues 



Totals for biennium 



$ 25 k88 82 

152 56O 9k 

hZ 25I1 56 

20 7k0 00 

1 666 00 

6 09L. 50 

58 00 

$226 8k2 62 



$ 25 000 00 

152 000 00 

42 000 00 

20 000 00 

1 500 00 

6 000 00 



$22ll 500 00 
226 8k2 62 

$1(51 jhZ 62 



$ 25 000 00 

152 000 00 

1(2 000 00 

20 000 00 

1 500 00 

6 000 00 



$22k 500 00 



$ 25 000 00 

152 000 00 

k2 000 00 

20 000 00 

1 500 00 
6 000 00 



$22l( 500 00 
22k 500 00 

$kk9 000 00 



* Includes deficiency of $56,758.09 authorized by the Director of Finance and the Governor under Section 661 of the 
Political Code. Legislative appropriation to meet this deficiency is recommended in order that expenditures in- 
curred thereunder may be paid. 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

SECRETARY OF STATE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Fage 93 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-36 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



k k k h 



COLLECTION AGENCY LICENSE FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 
TOTALS FOR BIENHIDH FOR SUPPORT 



$ 9 07 



$ 15 157 18 



$ 9 £50 oo 

950 oo 

3 280 00 

50 oo 

$ 1J 750 oo 
13 157 18 

$ 26 887 18 



t 9 690 00 

1 000 00 
5 1l15 00 

15 ' 


$ 9 720 00 

1 000 00 

5 £15 00 

100 00 


i Hi 255 00 


$ lii 255 00 
Hi 255 00 




$ 28 £90 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Superintendent of Collection Age~cie 
1111 Collection Agency License Examiner 
2 2 2 2 Intermediate Stenographor-Clerk 
- - - - Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 

ll ]l 1l 2; Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 
Rent 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 



Ex $ 



k 200 00 
2 0)i0 00 

2 767 66 
67ll2 



2ll 13 

151 10 

752 76 



k 200 00 
2 160 00 
5 090 00 



75 00 
125 00 
750 00 



$ 101; 51 $ 

1 l|6l 25 
537 84 
225 00 
160 91 
901; 80 



120 00 

500 00 
550 00 
225 00 

180 00 

905 00 



1; 200 00 

2 160 00 

3 120 00 

210 00 



100 00 

150 00 
750 00 



150 00 
600 00 
550 00 
225 00 

180 00 

910 00 



$ 5 191; 11 $ 5 280 00 $ 3 1H5 00 



50 00 $ 150 00 



1; 200 00 

2 160 00 

3 120 00 

24000 



$ 9 075 08 $ 9 £50 00 $ 9 690 00 $ 9 720 00 



100 00 

150 00 
750 00 



$ 887 99 $ 950 00 $ 1 000 00 $ 1 000 00 



150 00 
600 00 
550 00 
225 00 

180 00 

910 00 



3 1l15- 00 

100 00 



Page 94 



ADMINISTRATIVE 

SECRETARY OF STATE - Continued 

REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL TEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




I937-3S 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE COLLECTION AGENCY LICENSE FUND 

Collection agency licenses 

Pro rata Professional and Vocational Standards building rental 

Totals, Revenues 
Totals for biennium 



$ 11 907 00 $ 15 555 00 



$ 11 907 00 



$ 15 555 00 
11 907 00 

$ 25 2lj2 00 



$ 15 000 00 
250 00 

$ 15 250 00 



$ 15 000 00 
500 00 

$ 15 500 00 

15 250 00 

$ 26 750 00 



STATEMENT OF UNBUDGETED SURPLUS 
Collection Agency License Fund 



Estimated unbudgeted surplus, July 1, 1959 
Estimated revenue for biennium 1959"19lU- 

Total 

Less proposed expenditures for biennium 1959 - 19^4-1 s 
Support 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

Total proposed expenditures 

Estimated unbudgeted surplus, June 50, 19lU 



$ 28 k$0 00 

750 00 



* 6 001; 50 
26 750 00 

$ 52 751; 50 



29 220 00 
* 5 55ll 50 






ADMINISTRATIVE 

STATE TREASURER 
SUMMARY 



GENERAL FUND 



EXPENDITURES 
Support 

REVENUES 

Interest on Bank Accounts 
Fees 

TOTAL REVENUES 



Page 95 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE l + l 




AND ESTIMATED 
I937H939 BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE 1 — 1 




S9TH AND 9DTH 


9IST AND 92D 


FROM 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1937-1939 



$126 556 86 $ll|2 525 00 $+15 968 lit 



$607 514 56 
1 915 00 



$675 000 00 
1 500 00 



$+67 li85 kk 

-145 00 



$609 1*29 56 $676 500 00 $+67 070 kk 







EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 










NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




1ALMT 
■ANSI 

eiour 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

193S-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



21l 2k 2ii 2ii 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 

Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$ 52 582 il9 $ 56 695 00 

1 79k 65 1 900 00 

6 706 08 6 700 00 

78 6JJ. 300 00 



$ 59 600 00 $ 61 520 00 

2 100 00 2 100 00 

6 900 00 6 900 00 

1 120 00 2 285 00 



$ 60 961 86 



$ 65 595 00 
60 961 86 

$126 556 86 



$ 69 720 00 



$ 72 805 00 
69 720 00 

$lit2 525 00 



The State Treasurer, a constitutional officer, is charged with the res- 
ponsibility for the custody of all moneys and securities belonging to or held 
in trust by the State. It is his function to administer and supervise the law 
relating to the sale of State bonds and the redemption and interest payments 
thereon. He is responsible for the payment of warrants drawn by the State Controller. 



Office at Sacramento 



Page 96 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



STATE TREASURER - Continued 
EXPENDITURES EOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




S1LARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUIIBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 

EIGHTY-NINTH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 











ADMINISTRATION 










SALARIES AND WAGES 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Treasurer 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Deputy Treasurer 


1 


I 


1 


i 


Cashier 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Receiving Cashier 


I 


1 


1 


1 


Paying Teller 


2 


2 


2 


2 


Assistant Cashier-Clerk 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Bond Officer 


i 


1 


1 


1 


Bond Deposit Officer 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Assistant Bond Deposit Officer 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Security Vault Officer 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Bookkeeper, Grade 2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Bookkeeping Machine Operator 


5 


5 


5 


5 


Guard 


1 


I 


i 


1 


Guard aid Janitor 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Secretary-Stenographer 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Intermediate Clerk 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Bookkeeper, Grade 1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Senior Stenographer-Clerk 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Temporary help 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Allotment for salary adjustment 


2li 


21| 


214- 


2l| 


Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AMD SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplie 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 
Collection expense 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 



Ex 


$ 5 ooo oo 
h 500 oo 


$ 5 000 00 
k 500 00 


$ 5 000 00 
k 500 00 


$ 5 000 00 
k 500 00 


Ex 


Js'x 


3 300 oo 


3 300 00 


3 300 00 


3 300 00 


15 


i 797 17 


2 560 00 


2 580 00 


2 580 00 


13 


2 160 00 


2 160 00 


2 160 00 


2 160 00 


6 


1 69? 65 


2 510 00 


2 6I1O 00 


2 6li0 00 


15 


3 020 00 


3 120 00 


3 120 00 


3 120 00 


17 


2 805 00 


2 985 00 


3 120 00 


3 120 00 


3 


2 190 00 


2 310 00 


2 IlOO 00 


2 IlOO 00 


2 625 00 


2 760 00 


2 760 00 


2 76O 00 


1? 


1 7li6 66 


2 510 00 


2 520 00 


2 520 00 


6 


1 5I15 00 


1 710 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


10 


8 685 00 


9 390 00 


10 200 00 


10 200 00 


7 


1 590 00 

2' IlOO 00 


1 710 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


11 


2 400 00 


2 IlOO 00 


2 IlOO 00 


5 


1 290 00 


1 lac- 00 


1 IU4.0 00 


1 1(1+0 00 


10 
6 


1 710 00 
1 3I10 00 


1 8?0 00 

1 kho 00 


1 920 00 

1 IlIlO 00 


1 920 00 

1 J4J4.O 00 


10 


1 710 00 


1 830 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


- 


1 275 01 


1 H60 00 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


- 


- 


- 


1 080 00 

$ 59 600 00 


3 000 00 




$ 52 382 lt.9 


$ 56 695 00 


$ 61 520 00 




$ 91i3 26 


$ 1 050 00 


$ 1 200 00 


$ 1 200 00 




595 99 


600 00 


600 00 


600 00 




255 ko 


250 00 


300 00 


300 00 



Totals, Equipment 



$ 1 79ll 65 
$ ? ^ 

815 88 

1 100 00 

236 08 

555 06 

$ 6 706 08 
$ 78 61l 
$ 78 6I1 



1 900 00 $ 2 100 00 $ 2 100 00 



3 500 00 
350 00 

800 00 
1 000 00 

250 00 

800 00 
6 700 00 



$ 500 00 $ 



3 500 00 
500 00 
850 00 

1 000 00 

250 00 

800 00 
6 900 00 

1 120 00 



$ 3 500 00 
500 00 
850 00 

1 000 00 

250 00 

800 00 
$ 6 900 00 



785 00 
1 500 00 



300 00 



$ 1 120 00 $ 2 285 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 



Interest on treasury deposits: 

Inactive accounts 

Active accounts 
Fees for registration of bonds 

Totals, Revenues 



Totals for biennium 



$227 ll75 09 

1|2 539 li7 

1 165 00 

$271 179 56 



$337 500 00 
750 00 

$338 250 00 
271 179 56 

$609 1l29 56 



$337 500 00 $537 500 00 
750 00 750 00 



250 00 $358 250 00 
538 250 00 



$6?b 500 00 



AGRICULTURE page 97 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



The principal functions of the Department of Agriculture performed through 
its several divisions and services are as follows: 

Departmental Administration 

This function includes the general executive offices, clerical and account- 
in? service, publicity, fairs and exhibits, and co-operative' crop reporting. The 
Board of Agriculture confers with the Governor and director in regard to the 
agricultural industry. The County Agricultural Commissioners and Sealers of 
Weights and Measures co-operate with the department. 
Division of Animal Industry 

Livestock Sanitary Service includes animal disease diagnosis, prevention, 
control, and eradication, meat supervision, and poultry pathological labora- 
tories. This work is conducted by inspection, quarantine, treatment, and 
laboratory examination. 

Bovine Tuberculosis Control involves systematic control and eradication 
of bovine tuberculosis among cattle located in tuberculosis control areas. 

Dairy Service is concerned with the maintenance of high standards of 
quality for dairy products, the prevention of deception and fraud in their 
sale, and uniformity in sanitary requirements in their production. It regu- 
lates the manufacture, advertising and sale of imitation milk, renovated butter 
and oleomargarine; supervises approved milk inspection services and butter 
grading. 

Livestock Identification Service is charged with the enforcement of the 
hide and brand laws to protect livestock owners against theft. 

Meat Inspection Service is maintained in I96 slaughtering and processing 
establishments. In addition to the 'supervision of these establishments, super- 
vision is also maintained over the inspection system of ll|. cities and counties, 
comprising 228 slaughtering and processing establishments. 
Division of Chemistry 

The work is carried on for the protection of consumers and manufacturers 
of agricultural chemicals; to prevent unfair practices by dealers in such pro- 
ducts; and as general aid to agricultural regulatory officers, tests are made 
of the maturity of certain fruits where such chemical tests are required. 
Enforcement work is involved in the prevention of deleterious spray residue 
on certain fruits and vegetables. 
Division of Plant Industry 

The Bureau of Plant Quarantine prevents the entrance of dangerous pests 
and diseases into the State. This is accomplished by inspections at the 
border on highways, at maritime ports and at airports. Inspection service is 
also maintained within the state in co-operation with county agricultural com- 
missioners, at post offices, express stations and railroad stations. 

The Entomological Service prescribes treatment for the control of insects 
that affect the grade of fruits and vegetables. It organizes and supervises 
pest control operations where collective effort is required and conducts in- 
sect pest surveys. This service also formulates and carries out programs to 
eradicate insect species that constitute a particular menace to the major 
horticultural industries such as citrus white fly, Parlatoria date scale, 
European white snail, and Hall's scale. It formulates and puts into practice 
treatments that will permit movement to market of fruits and vegetables that 
otherwise would be quarantined by reason of being carriers of dangerous insect 
pests. 

Rodent, Plague and Weed Control performs the following functions:_ (1) 
in co-operation with county agricultural commissioners, maintains a uniform and 
systematic plan for the suppression of ground squirrels, pocket gophers and 
other rodents to prevent economic losses to agriculture; (2) plague control 
work which involves supervision of the elimination, in areas reported by the 
State Department of Public Health, of rodents infected with diseases which 
are transmissible to human beings; (5) weed control work, in an advisory and 
service capacity, for the guidance of those engaged in such work. Special 
projects to eradicate artichoke thistle, camel thorn and Austrian field cress 
are supervised; (1|) predatory animal control, carried on in co-operation with 
the United States Biological Survey, the Division of Fish and Game, counties, 
stock associations and individuals. 

The work of the Bureau of Plant Pathology covers: (1) eradication of 
destructive plant diseases; [2~] surveys to determine the distribution of de- 
structive diseases; (3) diagnosis of plant diseases for agricultural law en- 
forcement officers; (\) counsel with plant quarantine officers and others. 



page 98 AGRICULTURE 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 



The Bureau of Field Crops enforces Agricultural Code provisions relating 
to field crops inspection, agricultural seeds, agricultural warehouses, grain 
warehouse inspection, and commercial feeding stuffs. 

The Bureau of Fruit and Vegetable Standardization is charged with the 
enforcement of the t.'ruit, nut and vegetable standards, the seed potato certi- 
fication provisions, the egg standardization law and the honey standardization 
law. 

The Bureau of Nursery Service inspects nurseries to locate pests and 
diseases and assists nurserymen in preventing the spread of such pests and 
diseases and administers the "grades and standards for nursery stock" law. 

The Bureau of Shipping Point Inspection Service co-operates with the U. S. 
Bureau of Agricultural Economics in the administration of the certification of 
fruits and vegetables and other farm products. 

The Market News Service serves producers, shippers, and other interests 
in furnishing daily all available market data on fresh fruits and vegetables; 
livestock, meat and wool; dairy and poultry products; hay, grain and feed; 
dried fruits and nuts; honey; and a miscellaneous group of commodities. It 
also furnishes information concerning foreign agriculture. 
Division of Markets 

The functions of this division embrace the organization, development and 
arbitration activities under sections of the Agricultural Code and certain 
special marketing laws. These activities concern marketing agreements, milk 
stabilization and marketing plans, milk fair-trade practices and marketing 
organizations and co-operative associations. The division may also be called 
upon to mediate between buyers and sellers of agricultural products. 
Division of Market Enforcement 

This division enforces provisions of the Agricultural Code governing 
produce dealers and processors and regulates the operations of all wholesale 
handlers of farm products whether resold in fresh or processed form. This 
division also enforces the Fair-trade Practice Milk Law and the Produce Ex- 
change Act; co-operates in the administration of the "Young Milk Law" (Stabili- 
zation and Marketing of Fluid Milk and Fluid Cream); the California Marketing 
Act of 1957; the California Agricultural Products Marketing Act of 1957; and 
the Processed Foodstuffs Marketing Act. The division, along with other agencies 
specified in the Agricultural Code, administers the provisions relating to the 
"dumping" of produce. 
Division of Weights and Measures 

This division is charged with the enforcement of: 

1. Weights and Measures Act 

2. Net Container Act 

5. Public Weighmaster Act 

4. Bread Act 

5. Hay Baling Act 

6. Gasoline and Oil Substitution Act 

7. Gasoline and Oil Importation Act 

8. Importation of Prison-made Goods Act 

Each of these acts is primarily designed for the protection of the purchas- 
ing public yet serves as a protection and guarantee to tradesmen generally. In 
addition to the inspection service required by the State officials co-operating 
with the respective county sealers of weights and measures, the State also issues 
licenses for pumps dispensing motor fuel, and to all public weighmasters. 



AGRICULTURE 
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
SUMMARY 



Page 99 



GENERAL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support: 

Departmental Administration 
Division of Animal Industry: 
Livestock Sanitary Service 
Bovine Tuberculosis Control 
Dairy Service 

Totals, Division of Animal Industry 

Division of Chemistry: 

Spray Residue Enforcement 
Division of Plant Industry: 

Bureau of Plant Quarantine 

Entomological Service 

Rodent, Plague and Weed Concrol 

Predatory Animal Control 

Bureau of Plant Pathology 

Bureau of Field Crops 

Bureau of Fruit and Vegetable Standardization 

Market News Service 

Totals, Division of Plant Industry 

Division of Markets: 

Organization, Development and Arbitration 
Division of Weights and Measures 

Totals, Support 

Capital Outlay: 

Construction, Improvements and Equipment 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 

AND ESTIMATED 

1937-1939 BIENNIUM 

69TH AND 90TH 

FISCAL YEARS 



ESTIMATED 

AND PROPOSED 

1939-1941 BIENNIUM 

9IST AND 92D 

FISCAL YEARS 



INCREASE 1 + 1 

OR DECREASE I — 

FROM 

1937-1939 



$lkk 150 95 


$15h 288 00 


$+10 137 05 


$266 300 87 

1 552 615 51 

135 672 35 


$296 855 00 

1 099 880 00 

152 955 00 


$+50 55k 13 

-k52 735 51 

+17 262 65 


$1 95k 588 73 $1 5k9 670 oo 


-$kok 918 73 


$ Hi 519 15 


$ lk k50 00 


$ +150 87 


$530 lk3 77 

119 725 05 

117 9k2 63 

k2 155 16 

75 752 k2 

50 5k8 70 

151 8kl 71 

205 75k k9 


$650 5k7 00 

15k 060 00 

117 7ko 00 

k8 500 00 

6k 5ko 00 

58 530 00 

159 920 00 

231 532 00 


+$100 k05 23 

+lk 356 95 

-202 63 

+6 3kk 8k 

-11 192 k2 

+7 981 30 

+8 078 29 

+27 797 51 


$1 291 821 95 $1 klt5 569 00 


+$153 5k7 07 


$ 25 Lk5 6k 
$ 50 ill 55 


$ 33 975 00 
$ ko 065 00 


$ +8 829 36 
$ +9 953 k7 


$5 k60 135 91 $3 237 815 00 


-$222 520 91 


58 k32 21 


7 850 00 


-50 602 21 



$5 518 568 12 $3 2k5 6k5 00 -$272 923 12 



REVENUES 

Departmental Administration 
Division of Animal Industry 
Division of Chemistry 
Division of Plant Industry 
Division of Market Enforcement 
Division of Weights and Measures 

TOTAL REVENUES 



$ 80 k6 

136 601 66 

380 50 

6 092 33 

kOO 00 

58 95k 50 



155 680 00 

5 270 00 
kOO 00 
ko 700 00 



-80 k6 
-921 66 
-580 50 
-822 55 



+1 765 50 
$182 k89 k5 $182 050 00 $ -k39 k5 



Office at Sacramento 



Page 100 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
SUMMARY 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE ( + ) 




AND ESTIMATED 
1937-1939 BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE ( — 1 




89TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 92D 


FROM 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1937-1939 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support : 
Division of Animal Industry: 
Cattle Protection Service 
Horse and Sheep Protection Service 
Meat Inspection Service 
Swine Disease Control 
Ice Cream Inspection Service 
Butter Grading Service 
Market Milk Inspection Service 

Totals, Division of Animal Industry 

Division of Chemistry 
Division of Plant Industry: 

Bureau of Nursery Service 

Bureau of Shipping Point Inspection Service 

Warehouse Inspection Service 

Field Crops Inspection Service 

Grain Weevil Inspection Service 

Commercial Feeding Stuffs Service 

Totals, Division of Plant Industry 

Division of Market Enforcement: 
Produce Dealers Service 
Processors of Farm Products Service 
Fluid Milk and Cream Stabilization Service 
Processed Foodstuffs Marketing Act of 1937 
California Agricultural Products Marketing Act of 1957 
California Marketing Agreement Act 
California Marketing Act of 1937 

Totals, Division of Market Enforcement 

Division of Markets: 

Fluid Milk and Cream Stabilization Service 
Processed Foodstuffs Marketing Act of 1937 
California Agricultural Products Marketing Act of 1957 
' California Marketing Act of 1937 

Totals, Division of Markets 

Division of Weights and Measures: 

Gasoline, Distillate and Oil Inspection Service 

Totals, Support 

Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$581;. 097 97 $562 85I1 00 $-21 2k3 97 

1 259 32 822 00 -1(17 52 

712 <?6k 2li 888 025 00 +175 1(60 76 

kok 25 206 00 -198 25 

1(8 125 58 55 155 00 +7 051 1(2 

21 814- 65 22 191 00 +31(9 37 

11 626 75 18 250 00 +6 625 27 

$1 179 897 72 $1 3k7 505 00 +$167 605 28 

$165 501 1(0 $188 155 00 $+2l( 855 60 

$ 65 53k 55 $ 69 950 00 $ +k 1lL5 Iff 

70k 556 47 774 500 00 +69 7k3 55 

5 259 59 5 050 00 -209 59 
57 909 8l( 51 590 00 +13 680 16 

6 868 El 8 858 00 +1 989 59 
185 589 59 176 862 00 -6 527 59 

$1 005 1(98 25 $1 086 590 00 $+85 091 77 



$109 081 88 

1(2 156 ok 

lSl 714 01 

10 865 71 

5 761 60 

, 52k 95 

26 y-,k 00 



$129 658 00 
1)1 11k 00 

132 818 00 

19 530 00 
k 000 00 

51 560 00 



$+20 576 12 
-1 022 Ok 
-8 896 01 
+8 66k 29 
-1 761 60 

-52k 95 
+25 206 00 



$336 238 17 $578 680 00 $+k2 441 83 



$130 722 k3 



$171 295 00 
22 640 00 



15 k95 15 

69k 09 15 kko 00 



+40 572 57 

+9 Lkk87 

+6 7k5 91 

1 765 518 19 2 579 340 00 + 816 021 81 

$1 916 229 8k $2 788 715 00 +$872 485 16 

$100 ko6 59 $lik 690 00 $+14 285 kl 

$k 699 571 95 $5 90k 313 oo+$i 20k 7ki 05 

6k 743 71 88 505 00 +25 759 29 

$k 76k 515 66 $5 992 816 oo+$i 228 500 5k 



REVENUES 

Division of Animal Industry 

Division of Chemistry 

Division of Plant Industry 

Division of Market Enforcement 

Division of Weights and Measures 

Division of Market Enforcement and Division of Markets 

TOTAL REVENUES 



$1 188 992 

211 717 09 206 220 00 
1 00k 71° 70 1 °75 800 00 



$1 kc>7 575 00 +$218 582 12 
5 497 09 



191 665 00 

125 812 00 



190 600 00 

120 000 00 



+71 085 50 
-1 065 00 

-5 812 00 
+863 9kl 69 



2 321 858 51 3 185 800 00 
$5 ok2 761 98 $6 185 995 oo+$i 143 233 02 



GRAND TOTALS, ALL FUNDS 



EXPENDITURES 
REVENUES 



$8 282 883 78 $9 238 461 00 +$955 577 22 
$5 225 251 k3 $6 368 045 oo+$i Hj2 793 57 



AGRICULTURE 



Page 101 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 






EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


AND EMPLOYEES 




ACTUAL ESTIMATED 
EIGHTY-NIKTH NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 


FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 


90Th| 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



314.6 365 571 571 



GENERAL FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJE CT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 

Less pro rata cost of departmental 

administration, chargeable to special 

fund activities 

NET TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$818 J6l 1)5 
50 298 76 



%% 



758 1)10 58 851 059 00 

iq 981 9? '■- - ; : '■- ' 



$1 027 501 00 41 073 523 00 

lis J425 00 t is 425 00 



fcto 917 00 

62 1)05 00 



1|20 817 00 

29 klk 00 



$1 669 052 70 $1 890 315 00 $1 779 o!l8 00 $1 572 199 ro 



-1)2 851 79 -56 580 00 



$1 626 200 91 $1 833 935 00 

1 626 200 91 

$3 1)60 135 91 



-56 716 00 -56 716 00 



$1 722 332 00 $1 515 1)85 00 
1 722 332 00 

$3 237 815 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 
DIRECTOR AND BOARD 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Director 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Automobile 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, DIRECTOR AND BOARD 



Ex $ 



s 6 000 00 


$ 


6 000 00 


$ 


6 000 00 


$ 


6 000 00 


5 75 


$ 


20 00 


$ 


20 00 


$ 


20 00 


i 2 136 50 

61 61; 

222 91 


$ 


2 200 00 

250 00 


$ 


2 200 00 

250 00 


$ 


2 200 00 
250 00 


i 2 1)21 05 


$ 


2 i|50 00 


$ 


2 I4.5O 00 


$ 


2 I50 00 


- 


$ 


50 00 


$ 


50 00 


$ 


50 00 



$ 8 1)21 80 $ 8 520 00 $ 8 520 00 $ 8 520 00 



I I I 



Grade 2 



ACCOUNTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Departmental Accounting Officer 
Supervising Account Clerk, 
Bookkeeper, Grade 2 
Senior Account Clerk 
Intermediate Account Clerk 
Senior Clerk 
Senior Typist-Clerk 
Bookkeeping Machine Operator 
Supervising Account Clerk, Grade 1 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 



19 22 22 22 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 
Telephone and telegraph 



22 


% 


1) 200 00 


$ 


k 560 


00 


$ 


1; 56O 


00 


$ 


1; 56O 


00 


16 




2 880 00 




3 030 


00 




3 120 


00 




3 120 


00 


15 




2 1)00 00 




2 520 


00 




2 520 


00 




2 520 


00 


10 




5 297 L2 

1 731 61 

2 01)0 00 




1lU|D 


00 




1; 200 


00 




1; 200 


00 


6 






3 550 


00 




k 080 00 




k 080 


00 


9 






2 160 


00 




2 160 00 




2 160 00 


9 




1 740 00 




1 860 00 




1 920 


00 




1 920 


00 


6 




5 3l;9 35 




5 850 


00 




5 880 


00 




5 880 00 


^ 




570 00 




2 310 


00 




2 1)00 


00 




2 1)00 


00 




3 679 03 




1; 320 00 




lillliO 


00 




khho 


00 


I 




2 760 00 




5 505 


00 




5 YbO 


00 




5 760 


00 




211 62 
















- 








2 3l;0 98 




1 200 


00 




1 200 


00 




1 200 


00 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 




1 kio 

$ 1)3 710 


00 
00 


3 300 
$ 1)5 5l;o 


00 




35 200 01 


la 005 


00 


00 




% 


95I; Ol) 


$ 


1 300 


00 


$ 


1 050 


00 


$ 


1 050 


00 




$ 


559 31 
1 513 35 


$ 


600 


00 


$ 


600 


00 


$ 


600 
1 650 


00 




1 900 


00 


1 65O 


00 


00 




$ 


757 16 

8 73 


$ 


liOO 


00 


$ 


500 


00 


$ 


500 


00 








50 


00 




- 






- 








1)22 28 




350 


00 




1)00 


00 




1)00 


00 



Page 102 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 
FISCAL YEAR 
' 1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 
ACCOUNTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE - Continued 
Postage 
Freight, cartage and express 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, ACCOUNTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 



& 936 12 
3 oli 


$ 900 oo 
5 oo 

$ 1 705 00 


$ 900 00 


$ 900 00 


I 2 127 3? 


$ 1 800 00 


$ 1 800 00 


i k 333 19 


$ 2 000 00 


$ 2 225 00 


$ 335 00 



$ 1l3 173 



Il6 610 00 



to 385 00 $ li9 325 00 



13 13 13 13 



13 13 13 13 



GENERAL OFFICE 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Administrative Assistant 
Agricultural Information Assistant 
Agricultural Exhibit Technician 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Departmental Librarian 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
Senior Information Clerk 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk 
Intermediate Office Appliance Operator 
Secretary 
Junior clerk 
Agricultural Technician 
Junior Messenger 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 

Departmental Librarian and Editor (promotion 

from Departmental Librarian) 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk (promotion from 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk) 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 
Printing bulletins 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 
Field 
Press clippings 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, GENERAL OFFICE 



23 


$ 7 500 00 


$ 8 I4-OO 00 


$ 8 6I4.O 00 


$ 8 6I4.O 00 


g 


2 760 00 


2 3k0 00 


2 9E0 00 
2 760 00 


2 9E0 00 
2 760 00 


1 720 00 


2 670 00 


I 


980 00 
1 480 00 


90 00 


- 


_ 


2 830 00 


3 000 00 


3 000 00 


9 


1 960 00 


2 100 00 


2 160 00 


2 160 00 


10 


789 03 
1 680 00 


900 00 


900 00 


900 00 


9 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


5 


1 197 59 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 


5 


1 200 00 


1 kko 00 


1 kko 00 


1 ]\ko 00 


lb 


3 000 00 


3 120 00 


3 120 00 


3 120 00 


2 


82 90 


960 00 


960 00 


960 00 


- 


800 00 


- 


- 


- 


1 


655 00 


- 


- 


- 


- 


151 77 


200 00 


200 00 


200 00 


- 




- 


1 260 00 


2 700 00 



10 



$ 25 956 29 $ 28 650 00 $ 30 380 00 $ 31 820 00 



120 00 
120 00 



2l|.0 00 
2ll0 00 



$ 25 956 29 $ 28 650 00 $ 30 620 00 $ 32 300 00 



502 87 

1 I63 Ql 

28 88 

3 792 15 



600 00 
1 200 00 

6 500 00 



600 00 
1 200 00 

3 800 00 



600 00 

1 200 00 

3 800 00 



$ 5 ^87 81 $ 8 300 00 $ 5 600 00 $ 5 600 00 



614.7 07 

1 350 87 

1 116 63 

1 682 03 

623 20 

8 55 

575 00 

. 15 61 

591; 56 



800 00 
1 200 00 
1 000 00 

1 500 00 
600 00 

5lio 00 
k5Q 00 



700 00 
1 koo 00 

1 000 00 

1 500 00 
600 00 

690 00 

ilOO 00 



700 00 
1 J4.00 00 

1 000 00 

1 500 00 
600 00 

690 00 

IlOO 00 



$ 6 1l13 52 $ 6 090 00 



6 290 00 $ 6 290 00 



291 36 
516 79 



600 00 
650 00 



760 00 

550 00 



585 00 

6^0 00 



$ 808 15 $ 1 250 00 $ 1 ]|io 00 $ 1 035 00 
$ 38 665 77 $ hh 290 00 $ 2i3 920 00 $ h5 225 00 



AGRICULTURE 



Page 103 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 




MUll 
KAMI 

•■out 
Huvua 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




AND EMPLOYEES 


ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH|90TH| 9tST | 92D 


1940-41 



i 


l 


l 


l 


l 


l 


l 


l 


l 


l 


l 


l 


- 


i 


l 


l 


3 


k 


h 




l 


i 


i 


i 


l 


- 


- 


- 



9 10 10 10 



DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 
STATISTICS 



Continued 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Sei'ior Crop and Livestock Estimator 

(part salary) 
Junior Field Crop Estimator 
Truck Crop Estimator (part salary) 
Agricultural Statistician (part salary) 
Associate Agricultural Statistician 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Office Appliance Operator 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 
Telephone and telegraph 



Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, STATISTICS 



Ex 
Ex 


i 


2 6k0 00 
2 kOO 00 


$ 


2 6k0 00 
2 k00 00 


$ 


2 6k0 00 
2 kOO 00 


$ 


2 6k0 00 

2 koo 00 


Lx 




500 00 




300 00 




300 


00 




300 00 


Ex 




275 00 




300 00 




300 


00 




300 0: 


Ex 




_ 




2 956 00 




3 080 00 




3 080 00 


6 




3 186 07 




5 370 00 




5 760 


00 




5 7^0 00 


I 




562 86 




1 200 00 




1 200 


00 




1 200 00 






- 




- 






- 






25 00 




1 100 00 




1 koo 


00 




1 kO 00 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


660 

$ 17 7U0 


00 
00 


$ 


1 kkO 00 




10 263 93 


16 266 00 


18 520 00 




$ 


716 91 

302 k8 


$ 


9k0 00 


$ 


950 


00 


$ 


950 :o 




$ 


$ 


550 00 
1 k90 00 


$ 


550 
1 300 


00 
00 


$ 


350 00 




1 019 39 


1 300 00 




$ 


106 22 


$ 


75 00 


t 


100 


00 


$ 


100 00 






1 252 89 




3 700 00 




3 500 


00 




3 500 00 






256 25 




375 00 




260 


00 




260 00 






55 00 




70 00 
2 160 00 




75 


00 




75 00 






1 195 72 






1 300 


00 




1 300 00 






10 75 




15 00 




25 


00 




25 00 




$ 


2 85k 85 


$ 


6 395 00 


$ 


5 260 00 


$ 


5 260 00 




$ 


JO 55 


$ 


9ko 00 


$ 


koo 

65O 
1 050 


00 


$ 


3k5 00 




$ 
$ 




5 025 00 
$ 5 9^5 00 
$ 28 116 00 




00 

00 


$ 
$ 


b?o 00 




50 55 


995 00 




Ik 168 68 


25 350 


00 


26 075 00 



FAIRS AND EXHIBITS 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Agricultural Exhibit Assistant 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 

Light, heat and power 
Field 

Totals, Service and Expense 



10 



1 920 00 

212 17 



2 100 00 

350 00 



$ 685 61 $ 1 2k0 00 



9 2k 

715 5? 

56 56 

3k0 97 

2 95 

712 50 

90 26 

W 73 



2 160 00 

250 00 
60 00 



2 160 00 
250 00 
120 00 



2 132 17 $ 2 k50 00 $ 2 k?0 00 $ 2 550 00 



I 1 20 


$ 15M i 


i 10 00 $ 


10 00 


_ 


25 00 


10 00 


10 00 


682 kl 


1 200 00 


800 00 


800 00 



2 070 80 



820 00 $ 820 00 



i 10 00 $ 10 00 $ 


10 00 


600 00 


600 00 


600 00 


50 00 


50 00 


50 00 


koo 00 


koo 00 


koo 00 


10 00 


5 00 


5 00 


750 00 


725 00 


725 00 


ko 00 


ko 00 


ko 00 


200 00 


150 00 


150 00 



2 060 00 $ 1 980 00 $ 1 



00 



Page 104 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 

RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-36 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89Th| 90THJ 91ST 1 92D 


1940-41 



DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 
FAIRS AND EXHIBITS - Continued 

EQUIPMENT 
Field 

TOTALS, FAIRS AND EXHIBITS 



TOTALS, DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 
Less pro rata cost of departmental 

administration chargeable to special 

fund activities 

NET TOTALS, DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 580 05 


$ 400 00 


$ 4OO 00 


$ 400 00 


$ 5 266 61 


$ 6 150 00 


$ 5 670 00 


$ 5 750 00 


$109 696 74 


$155 686 00 


$152 845 00 


$154 875 00 


-42 851 79 


-56 580 00 


-56 716 00 


-56 716 00 


$ 66 844 95 


$ 77 506 00 
66 844 95 


$ 76 129 00 


$ 78 159 00 
76 129 00 




$144 150 95 




$154 288 00 



4 4 4 4 



DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY 
LIVESTOCK SAHITARY SERVICE 
ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Chief, Division of Animal Industry 

Assistant Chief, Division of Animal Industry 

Supervising Clerk, Grade 1 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Field 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 



28 


$ 


5 ioo oo 

4 IkO 00 
2 160 00 


$ 


5 520 00 

4 kkO 00 


$ 


5 520 
4 560 


00 


$ 


5 520 00 

4 560 00 


25 








00 




15 






2 280 00 




2 280 00 




2 280 00 


6 




i 560 00 




1 680 00 




1 680 


00 




1 680 00 


4 




320 00 




- 




- 






- 






- 




100 00 




100 


00 




100 00 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


600 

$ 14 740 


00 

00 


$ 


1 080 00 




13 280 00 


Ill 020 00 


15 220 00 




$ 


52 99 


$ 


60 00 


$ 


60 


00 


$ 


60 00 






17 63 




10 00 




10 


00 




10 00 




$ 


46 

71 08 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 




$ 


- 




70 00 


70 


00 


70 00 




$ 


58 31 


$ 


120 00 


$ 


75 


00 


$ 


75 00 






1 161 73 

251 41 




1 200 00 




1 200 


00 




1 200 00 








250 00 




250 


00 




250 00 






110 00 




100 00 




100 


00 




100 00 






514 56 




450 00 




450 


00 




450 00 






1 34 




- 










- 




$ 


2490 

2 122 25 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 




$ 


- 




2 120 00 


2 075 


00 


2 075 00 




$ 
$ 


151 66 


$ 
$ 


75 00 


$ 
$ 


175 


00 


$ 
$ 


75 00 




15 6O4 99 


16 285 00 


17 060 


00 


17 4)4.0 00 



INSPECTIONS 

SAURIES AND WAGES 
- 1 1 1 Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
4444 Supervising Veterinary Livestock Inspector 
1111 Supervising Veterinary Livestock Inspector 

(part salary) 
2 111 Veterinary Livestock Inspector 
1111 Veterinary Livestock Inspector (part salary) 
1111 Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
x x x x Senior Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
8 10 10 10 Supervising Veterinary Meat Inspector 



4 


$ 90 00 


$ 1 080 00 


$ 1 080 00 


$ 1 080 00 


20 


10 002 50 


10 710 00 


10 980 00 


10 980 00 


20 


1 725 00 


1 785 00 


1 830 00 

2 94O 00 


1 850 00 

2 94O 00 


16 


5 159 57 


2 850 00 


16 


2 050 00 


1 605 00 


1 650 00 

2 O4O 00 


1 650 00 

2 O4O 00 


10 


1 860 00 


1 980 00 


10 


789 05 


900 00 


900 00 


900 00 


20 


22 472 92 


52 587 00 


55 000 00 


55 000 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



AGRICUL'. 



Page 105 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




uun 

■MMa 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 
1939-40 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF AN1TAL INDUSTRY 
LIVESTOCK SANITARY SERVICE 
INSPECTIONS 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


X 


X 


X 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


] 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


? 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 



30 31 31 31 



SALARIES AND WAGES - Continued 

Junior Chemist 12 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 6 

Intermediate Stenogpapher-Clerk (part salary) 6 

Livestock Pathologist" 19 

Laboratory Assistant 5 

Senior Chemist 16 

Laboratory Technician 9 

Swine Disease Specialist 19 

Veterinary Meat Inspector 15 

Assistant Livestock Pathologist 16 

Assistant Meat Inspector 9 

Sheep Disease Specialist 19 
Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 
Less abatements 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPETiSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Light, heat and power 
Rent 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, INSPECTIONS 



1 530 00 


$ 2 0L.0 00 


1 320 00 

545 75 


1 140 00 
780 00 


3 551 29 


3 570 00 


1 265 20 


1 200 00 


2 670 00 


2 350 00 


3 3b0 00 


5 600 00 


2 171 85 


3 390 00 


4 300 00 


2 760 00 


2 153 99 


2 805 00 


2 050 33 


2 0l;0 00 


1 660 65 


5 210 00 



% 19 

-1 745 96 
% 69 lli6 11 



2 040 00 
1 LJiO 00 

780 00 

3 660 00 

1 200 00 

2 9I4.O 00 

3 600 00 
3 I4.8O 00 
2 760 00 
2 9l|0 00 

2 OliO 00 

3 300 00 

3 1+80-00 



$ 2 OliO 00 

1 440 00 
780 00 

3 660 00 

1 200 00 

2 9L.0 00 

3 600 00 
3 ]|8o 00 

2 760 00 
2 9li0 00 

2 OliO 00 

3 300 00 

7 800 00 



% 85 182 00 $ 88 080 00 $ 92 llOO 00 



$ 293 32 $ 300 00 $ 300 00 $ 300 00 

1 186 8I1 1 500 00 1 200 00 1 200 00 

209 72 250 00 200 00 200 00 

636 56 650 00 650 00 650 00 

% 2 326 2li $ 2 700 00 $ 2 350 00 $ 2 350 00 



31 77 

8 328 61 

1 171; 61 

992 38 

6 195 22 

98 21 

17 59 
192 50 

3 50 
155 99 



75 00 
000 00 
200 00 
650 00 
500 00 
90 00 
35 00 
675 00 

250 00 



4o 00 

8 li.00 00 

1 200 00 

700 00 

6 000 00 

100 00 

20 00 

675 00 

175 00 



40 00 

8 400 00 

1 200 00 

700 00 

6 000 00 

100 00 

20 00 

675 00 

175 OO 



$ 17 190 38 $ 18 475 00 $ 17 310 00 $ 17 310 00 



$ 199 99 

4 726 32 
642 28 
571 23 

$ 6 139 82 

$ 9k 802 55 



240 00 
2 700 00 

525 00 

1 £25 



00 



$ 4 890 00 

$109 2i4.7 00 



430 00 

650 00 

1)45 00 

50 00 



$ 7 54o 00 $ 1 575 00 

$115 280 00 $113 635 00 



430 00 

5 850 00 
445 00 
815 00 



POULTRY PATHOLOGICAL LABORATORY, PETALUMA 



SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Livestock Pathologist 
1111 Laboratory Technician 
- - - - Janitor (part time) 
_^ _^ _^ _^_ Allotment for salary adjustments 

2 2 2 2 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Printing 
Laboratory 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



19 

9 

5 


$ 

% 
$ 


3 2I4.8 71 

1 740 00 
143 50 


$ 

% 
% 


3 480 00 
1 8b0 00 

150 00 


$ 

% 
% 


3 480 00 

1 920 00 

150 00 

240 00 


$ 

% 
% 


3 480 00 

1 920 00 

150 00 

540 00 




5 132 21 

2 85 
88 51 


5 490 00 

5 00 

90 00 


5 790 00 

5 00 

90 00 


6 090 00 

5 00 

90 00 



$ 91 36 J 95 00 % 95 00 $ 95 00 



x Salary divided between two or more 



functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



Page 106 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY 
LIVESTOCK SANITARY SERVICE 
POULTRY PATHOLOGICAL LABORATORY, PETALUMA - 
Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Light, heat and power 
Laboratory 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Laboratory 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, POULTRY PATHOLOGICAL LABORATORY, PETALUMA 



3 50 

k? 88 

5k 65 

105 III 

117 & 



531 10 



55 k8 



55 ltB 



5 oo 

85 oo 

60 oo 

100 00 

100 00 



50 oo 



5 500 15 $ 5 



oo 



5 co 

75 oo 

60 00 
100 00 
100 00 



50 oo $ 



50 oo 



5 oo 
75 oo 

60 00 
100 00 
100 00 



550 oo $ 3ko oo $ 3ko oo 



50 oo $ 



50 oo 



50 oo 



$ 6 275 oo $6 575 oo 



POULTRY PATHOLOGICAL LABORATORY, LOS ANGELES 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Livestock Pathologist 
111] Laboratory Technician 
- - - - Janitor (part time) 
111] Assistant Livestock Pathologist 
_z. _z. _=. _=. Allotment for salary adjustments 

^555 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Laboratory 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Light, heat and power 
Laboratory 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Laboratory 

TOTALS, POULTRY PATHOLOGICAL LABORATORY, 
LOS ANGELES 



TOTALS, LIVESTOCK SANITARY SERVICE 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



19 $ 

9 

li 



; 5 560 00 


$ 


3 570 


00 


$ 


3 660 


00 


$ 


3 660 00 


1 740 00 




1 860 00 




1 920 


00 




1 920 


00 


165 k8 
2 700 6k 




180 00 




180 00 




180 00 




2 895 


00 




2 9k0 


00 




2 9k0 


00 


- 


$ 






$ 


285 
8 985 


00 
00 


$ 


675 

9 375 


00 


5 7 966 12 


8 505 


00 


00 


S 8k 53 


$ 


50 


00 


$ 


50 


00 


$ 


50 


00 


5 69 




10 


00 




10 


00 




10 


00 


180 85 




250 


00 




200 


00 




200 


00 



$ 271 07 $ 



8 12 

309 96 
99 97 
137 96 
I89 62 
lk5 21 



310 00 



5 15 



$ 9 15? 18 



$125 128 87 



$ 10 


00 


$ 9 655 


00 


$lkl 172 00 
125 128 87 



260 00 $ 260 00 



: 15 00 


: 15 00 $ 


15 00 


250 00 


250 00 


250 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


135 00 


135 00 


155 00 


180 00 


180 00 


180 00 


150 00 


150 00 


150 00 



$ 890 8k $ 850 00 $ 830 00 $ 850 00 



25 00 



25 00 



$ 10 100 00 $ 10 k9o 00 



$ik8 715 00 



500 87 



$lk8 lko 00 

ik8 715 00 
96 855 00 



BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS CONTROL 
INSPECTIONS 



6 


7 


7 


7 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


3 


3 


3 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Senior Account Clerk 

Supervising Veterinary Livestock Inspector 
Supervising Veterinary Livestock Inspector 
(part salary) 



6 


$ 7 053 53 


10 


1 683 87 


20 


12 292 3k 



20 



1 725 00 



9 000 00 

1 890 00 
13 7ko 00 

1 785 00 



9 8k0 00 

1 920 00 

13 920 00 

1 830 00 



9 8k0 00 

1 920 00 

13 920 00 

1 830 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 
8-BNB 12-22-38 













AGRICULTURE 










Fage 107 










DEPA: ' 5RICULTURE - 


r:ued 


















OFFI 
LOYE 




EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 














NUMBER OF 
AND EMF 


ES 




uun 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 






























ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL TEARS 






■•our 


EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 
















FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 












39 TH 


90TH 


9IST 


92D 






1937-38 


1936-39 


1939-40 




1940-41 












DIVISI0H OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY 
























BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS CONTROL 
























SAURIES AND WAGES - Continued 
















58 


59 


59 


59 


Veterinary Livestock Inspector 


16 


$ 62 806 52 


$ 91 705 00 
1 605 00 


$102 1)20 

1 650 

2 61)0 


00 


$102 1)20 

1 So 


00 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Veterinary Livestock Inspector (part salary) 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk 


16 


i 030 00 


00 


00 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 


1 695 21 


2 520 00 


00 


2 61t0 00 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Intermediate Account Clerk 


6 


597 52 


798 00 


1 320 


00 


1 320 


00 


2 


- 


- 


- 


Junior Stenographer-Clerk 


It 


1 160 97 
1) 21)1) 16 


- 


- 




_ 




- 


- 


- 


- 


Seasonal help 




6 000 00 


li 500 
6 955 

$1>*6 995 


00 


1)500 


00 


53 


55 


55 


55 


Allotment for salary' adjustments 
Totals, Salaries and Wages 








00 
00 


15 915 

$155 955 


00 


$ 9k 289 12 


$129 ol;3 00 


00 










MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
























Office 




$ 850 33 


$ 1 000 00 


$ 900 


00 


$ 900 


00 










Printing 




1 1|86 ll) 


1 600 00 


1 500 


00 


1 500 


00 










Field 




1 509 71 


2 000 00 


1 500 


00 


1 500 


00 










Laboratory 




717 9k 


1 200 00 


800 00 


800 


00 










Totals, Materials and Supplies 




$ k %k 12 


$ 5 800 00 


$ li 700 


00 


$ k 700 


00 










SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
























Office 




$ 1 005 58 


$ 1 200 00 


$ 1 000 


00 


$ 1 000 


00 










Traveling 




26 862 10 


k5 000 00 


¥< 000 


00 


33 000 


00 










Telephone and telegraph 




611 95 


700 00 
1 600 00 


700 
1 600 


00 


700 


00 










Postage 




1 756 35 


00 


1 500 


00 










Automobile 




15 2?5 85 


19 000 00 


15 000 


00 


15 000 00 










Freight, cartage and express 




60 82 


100 00 


100 


00 


100 


00 










Light, heat and power 




31 12 


- 


- 




- 












Laboratory 




213 1)6 


1)00 00 


275 


00 


275 


00 










Totals, Service and Expense 




$ 1)3 818 21 


$ 68 000 00 


$ 51 675 


00 


$ 51 575 


00 










EQUIPMENT 
























Office 




$ 2 859 28 


$ 1 210 00 


$ 860 


00 


$ , 51(5 


00 










Automobile 




16 505 26 


ik k50 00 


15 850 


00 


6 900 


00 










Field 

Totals, Equipment 
TOTALS, INSPECTIONS 




21)1 30 
$ 19 603 8k 


375 00 


275 


00 


50 


00 


$ 16 035 00 

$218 878 00 


$ 16 985 


00 


$ 7 295 


00 


$162 275 29 


$220 555 


00 


$219 525 


00 










INDEMNITIES 
























SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
























Indemnities 
TOTALS, BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS CONTROL 




$571 li62 22 
$733 757 51 


$600 000 00 


%kko °oo 
$660 355 


00 
00 


$220 000 

$1(39 525 
660 355 


00 


$818 878 00 


00 
















735 757 51 






00 










TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 






$1 552 615 51 






$1 099 880 


00 










DAIRY SERVICE 
























ADMINISTRATION 
























SALARIES AND WAGES 
















l 


l 


1 


l 


Supervisor 
Assistant Supervisor 


22 


$ 3 750 00 


$ k 080 00 


$ 1; 080 00 


$ k 080 


00 


l 


l 


1 


l 


19 


3 120 00 


5 590 00 


3 1(80 


00 


3 1)80 


00 


l 


l 


1 


1 


Supervising Clerk, Grade 1 


15 


2 160 00 


2 280 00 


2 280 00 


2 280 00 


l 


l 


1 


1 


Senior Clerk 


9 


1 860 00 


1 980 00 


2 OkO 

1 560 


00 


2 OliO 


00 


i 


l 


1 


l 


Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 


6 


l 32U 00 


1 500 00 


00 


1 560 


00 


i 


l 


1 


1 


Junior Typist-Clerk 


2 


860 00 


960 00 


960 


00 


960 


00 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Intermediate Typist-Clerk (part salary) 


5 


566 13 


660 00 


660 00 


660 


00 


6 


6 


6 


6 


Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 




— 


100 00 


100 

690 
$ 15 850 


00 
00 

00 


100 

1 550 
$ 16 690 


00 
00 


$ 13 6U.0 13 


$ ill 950 00 


00 


x Salary 


divided 


between two or more functions and position listed 


under 


function paying largest part 















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AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



RANGE 

CROUP 

NuyaER 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1S4C-41 



DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY 
DAIRY SERVICE 
ADMINISTRATION - Continued 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 



i 220 12 

1 861 49 

J 09 


$ 
$ 


275 
1 500 


00 
00 


$ 


225 
1 650 

10 

1 885 


00 
00 
00 

00 


$ 


225 CO 
1 650 00 

10 00 


> 2 081; 70 


l 775 


00 


1 885 00 


; 65 70 
658 80 
198 6k 
94? 78 
624 57 


$ 


75 
750 
200 

900 
550 

2 475 


00 

00 
00 
00 
00 

00 


$ 
$ 


75 

750 

200 

950 
625 

2 600 


00 
00 
00 
00 
00 

00 


$ 
$ 


75 00 
750 CO 

200 00 

950 00 
625 00 


! 2 497 29 


2 600 00 


; 3I18 66 


$ 

$ 
$ 


205 


00 


$ 

$ 
$ 


550 

650 

1 200 


00 
00 

00 


$ 
$ 


200 00 

650 00 


§ 51$ 06 


205 


00 


850 00 


! 18 570 78 


19 405 


00 


21 535 


00 


22 025 00 



INSPECTIONS 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
3 5 5 3 Supervising Dairy Inspector 
2 2 2 2 Market Milk Specialist 
6 6 6 6 Senior Dairy Inspector 
- - - - Temporary help 
_^ _^_ _2 _2. Allotment for salary adjustments 

11 11 11 11 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Automobile 
Field 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, INSPECTIONS 



17 $ 


8 280 00 


$ 


8 820 00 


$ 


8 820 00 


* 


8 820 00 


18 


5 830 00 




6 240 00 




6 240 


00 




6 240 00 


Ik 


13 575 80 




15 060 00 




15 120 00 




15 120 00 




35 50 




- 




- 






- 


- 




$ 


- 


1 560 
$ 31 740 


00 
00 


$ 


3 060 00 


$ 27 721 30 


30 120 00 


33 240 00 


$ 


78 83 


$ 


80 00 


* 


80 00 


$ 


80 00 




78 67 




300 00 




100 


00 




100 00 




11 34 




15 00 




15 


00 




15 00 




23 32 

192 16 


$ 


25 00 
420 00 


$ 


25 


00 


$ 


25 00 


$ 


220 


00 


220 00 


$ 


15 64 


$ 


15 00 


$ 


15 


00 


$ 


15 00 




4 872 52 
387 28 




4 500 00 




5 000 


00 




5 000 00 






325 00 
425 00 




375 
450 


00' 




375 00 

450 00 




421 84 






00 






3 §15 12 




3 200 00 




3 700 


00 




3 700 00 




127 62 




130 00 




130 


00 




130 00 




172 50 




195 00 




195 


00 




195 00 




2 90 




- 










- 




15 05 
9 828 47 


$ 


20 00 


$ 


20 


00 


$ 


20 00 


$ 


8 810 00 


9 885 


00 


9 885 00 


$ 


578 55 


$ 


2 600 00 


$ 


3 900 


00 


$ 


650 00 




6 60 




75 00 




125 


00 




125 00 


$ 


585 15 
58 327 08 


$ 


2 675 00 


$ k 025 
$ 45 870 


00 

00 


$ 


775 00 


$ 


$ 42 025 00 


$ 44 120 00 



: CULTURE 



Page 109 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
ES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH : 90TH I 9IST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETYSECONO 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



k k k k 



DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY 
DAIRY SERVICE - Con' 
LABORATORY 

SAURIES AND WAGES 

Dairy Bacteriologist (part salary) 

Senior Chemist 

Junior Chemist 

Laboratory helper 

Janitor (part salary) 

Supervising Chemist 

Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Laboratory 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Freight, cartage and express 
Light, heat and power 
Laboratory 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Laboratory 

TOTALS, LABORATORY 

TOTALS, DAIRY SERVICE 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 





$ 


675 00 
2 580 00 


I 


735 


00 


$ 


755 


00 


$ 


735 00 








2 760 00 




2 76O 


00 




2 76O 00 
2 iOO 00 


12 




2 280 00 




2 ko 00 




2 £oo 


00 




2 




860 00 




1 600 


00 




1 920 


00 




1 920 00 


5 




500 00 




300 


00 




300 


00 






19 




1 161 Jk 
55 18 




- 






- 






- 


- 






- 






- 






- 


- 


$ 




$ 


- 




$ 


8 550 


00 

00 


$ 


780 00 




7 889 52 


7 795 


00 


8 895 00 




$ 


ht, 60 


$ 


50 


00 


$ 


50 


00 


$ 


50 00 






1^0 86 




50 


00 




50 


00 




50 00 






222 59 




550 


00 




250 


00 




250 00 




$ 


310 05 


$ 


too 


00 


$ 


350 


00 


$ 


350 00 




$ 


20 79 


$ 


2t 


00 


$ 


25 


00 


% 


25 00 






- 




25 


00 




25 


00 




25 00 






31 02 




25 


00 




30 


00 




30 00 






1 55 




5 


00 




- 






- 






29 89 




55 00 




35 


00 




35 00 






201 83 




200 


00 




225 00 




225 00 



285 08 



$ 515 00 $ 3^0 00 



$ 275 00 $ 200 00 



$ 65 fc07 55 



$ 70 265 00 
65 Wl 55 

$155 672 55 



$ 76 81i5 00 



5lio 00 



560 00 



$ 8 509 k9 $ 8 855 00 $ 9 1jJj.o 00 $ 9 9li5 00 



$ 76 090 00 
76 8fe 00 

$152 955 00 



DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY 
SPRAY RESIDUE ENFORCEMENT 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Collaborator 
Junior Chemist 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Service and Expense 



12 



> 1 500 00 


$ 


1 500 


00 


$ 


1 500 


00 


$ 


1 500 


00 


6ii0 00 




2 0l|0 


00 




2 0l;0 


00 




2 0]|0 


00 


5 02k 66 




1 920 


00 




1 920 


00 




1 920 


00 


- 


$ 


- 




$ 


120 

5 580 


00 
00 


$ 


2lt0 

5 700 


00 


1 5 164 66 


5 I160 


00 


00 


t 23 85 


$ 


30 


00 


$ 


20 


00 


$ 


20 


00 


65 70 




15 


00 




15 


00 




15 


00 


&3 




50 


00 




50 


00 




50 


00 




175 


00 




100 


00 




100 


00 


I 190 61 


$ 


270 


00 


$ 


185 


00 


$ 


185 


00 


I 25 25 


$ 


20 


00 


$ 


20 


00 


$ 


20 


00 


190 72 




500 


00 




500 


00 




500 


00 


168 98 




150 


00 




150 


00 




150 


00 


910 7li 




700 


00 




800 00 




800 00 


71 12 




70 


00 




70 


00 




70 


00 


2 1H 
















- 




66 52 




60 00 




60 


00 




60 


00 



$ 1 1l55 5I1 $ 1 500 00 $ 1 l;oo 00 $ 1 lioo 00 



Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



Page 110 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH 1 91ST 1 92D 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY 

SPRAY RESIDUE ENFORCEMENT - Continued 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Laboratory 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, SPRAY RESIDUE ENFORCEMENT 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 6 879 13 



110 00 
300 00 



90 32 $ IjlO 00 



44o oo 
§79 13 



$ Ui 319 13 



$ 7 165 oo $ 



7 285 oo 
7 165 00 



$ Hi 14.50 00 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 

BUREAU OF PLANT QUARANTINE, SACRAMENTO 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

1111 Chief, Bureau of Plant Quarantine 

1111 Assistant to Chief, Bureau of Plant Quarantine 

1111 Supervising Border Quarantine Inspector 

-_ - - - Collaborator 

2 2 2 2 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

1111 Intermediate Typist-Clerk 

- Temporary help . 

_z. _=__=. _r_ Allotment for salary adjustments 

6 6 6 6 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 
Freight, cartage and express 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Field 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, BUREAU OF PLANT QUARANTINE, SACRAMENTO 



27 


$ 


4 240 00 


$ 


4 680 


00 


$ 


4 680 00 


$ 


k 680 00 


15 




2 280 00 




2 I4.60 


00 




2 460 00 




2 1460 00 


17 




2 700 00 




2 880 


00 




2 880 00 




2 880 00 






1 r i00 00 




1 500 


00 




1 500 00 




1 500 00 


6 




2 820 88 




3 120 


00 




3 120 00 




3 120 00 


5 




1 260 00 




1 380 


00 




1 440 00 




1 440 00 






120 11 




100 


00 




100 00 




100 00 


_ 


$ 


_ 


$ 


_ 




900 00 
$ 17 080 00 


$ 


1 7I4.0 00 




14 920 99 


16 120 


00 


17 920 00 




$ 


282 11 


$ 


300 

1 400 


00 


$ 


300 00 

1 400 00 


$ 


300 00 
1 400 00 




$ 


1 1;02 09 

98 

1 685 18 


$ 


00 


$ 


$ 




1 700 


00 


1 700 00 


1 700 00 




$ 


16 66 


$ 


20 


00 


$ 


20 00 


$ 


20 00 






1 138 2li 




1 300 


00 




1 300 00 




1 300 00 






325 93 

fol 60 




350 

400 


00 




350 00 




350 00 








00 




400 00 




kOO 00 






597 33 




700 00 




600 00 




600 00 




$ 


1 25 
2 511 01 


$ 


- 




$ 


- 


$ 


- 




2 770 


00 


2 670 00 


2 670 00 




$ 


Ik 91 

540 90 


$ 


90 


00 


$ 


350 00 


$ 


205 00 




$ 
$ 


J 54 
619 35 


$ 


- 




$ 
$ 


- 


$ 


- 




90 


00 


350 00 


205 00 




19 736 53 


20 680 00 


21 800 00 


22 li.95 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


9 


8 


7 


7 


1 


3 


3 


? 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


- 


1 


1 


1 



17 19 17 17 



BUREAU OF PLANT QUARANTINE, SAN FRANCISCO 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Supervising Maritime Quarantine Officer 
Senior Maritime Quarantine Inspector 
Intermediate Maritime Quarantine Inspector 
Junior Quarantine Inspector 
Supervisor of Plant Quarantine Work, 

San Francisco Bay Ports (part salary) 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Associate Quarantine Entomologist 
Junior Quarantine Entomologist 
Emergency Inspectors and office help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 



19 


$ 3 300 00 
2 1(10 00 


$ 3 5U0 00 


$ 3 %o 00 


$ 3 540 00 


16 


2 640 00 


2 640 00 


2 61;0 00 


12 


19 410 00 
1 800 01 


16 050 00 


16 200 00 


16 200 00 


10 


5 660 00 


5 820 00 


5 820 00 


22 


5 780 00 
1 620 00 


3 5io 00 


3 540 00 


3 5I10 00 


10 


1 740 00 


1 740 00 


1 740 00 


6 


1 273 86 


1 350 00 


1 440 00 


1 440 00 


16 


5 122 16 


3 165 00 


2 520 00 


2 520 00 


11 


- 


1 440 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


- 


895 53 


1 200 00 


950 00 


950 00 
3 420 00 


- 


- 


- 


1 860 00 



$ 39 611 36 $ 40 325 00 $ 42 170 00 $ 43 730 00 



AGRTCULTUH2 
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
■.DITTOES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 111 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



39TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY SECOND 


EIGHTYNINTH 
FISCAL TEAR 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


1937-3B 


1936-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 
BUREAU OF PUNT QUARANTINE, SAN FRANCISCO - 
Continued 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Light, heat and powe' 
Rent 
Field 

Laboratory 
Reporting vessels 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, BUREAU OF PLANT QUARANTINE. SAN FRANCISCO 



t 


202 20 


$ 


200 00 


\ 


200 


00 


t 


200 00 




99 8? 




150 00 




100 


00 




100 00 




7 55 
157 9k 




- 




- 






- 






125 00 




125 


00 


$ 


125 00 


1 


W/50 


% 


kTJ 00 


•■ 


1)25 


00 


t 


1(25 00 


$ 


1 196 79 
566 25 


% 


175 00 


$ 


200 


00 


$ 


200 00 






550 00 




575 


00 




575 00 
625 00 




621 29 




625 00 




625 


00 






508 02 




525 00 




510 


00 




510 00 




1 100 22 




1 000 00 




1 100 


00 




1 100 00 




2 99 




- 




- 






- 




51 50 

1 740 00 




55 00 




?5 


00 




55 00 






1 7io 00 




1 7ko 


00 




1 7*)0 00 




8 00 








- 






- 




52) 05 




- 




50 


00 




50 00 




180 00 




180 00 




180 


00 




180 00 


$ 


5 609 07 


% 


h 1l50 00 


$ 


It 615 


00 


$ 


It 615 00 


$ 


90 00 


$ 


115 00 


$ 


J20 


00 


$ 


250 00 




- 




- 




1 500 


00 




650 00 




50 28 




- 




- 






- 




- 


$ 
$ 


250 00 
32)5 00 


$ 
$ 


945 

2 565 


00 
00 


$ 


560 00 


$ 


120 28 


1 260 00 


$ 2)5 788 21 


1+5 575 00 


1)9 775 


00 


$ 50 050 00 



11 11 11 11 



BUREAU OF PLANT QUARANTINE, SAN PEDRO 

SALARIES AND WAG-ES 

Supervising Maritime Quarantine Officer 
Senior Maritime Quarantine Inspector 
Associate Quarantine Entomologist 
Intermediate Maritime Quarantine Inspector 
Ship Guard, Plant Quarantine Service 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Emergency Inspectors and office help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 
Field 
Reporting vessels 

Totals, Service ana iSxpense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, BUREAU OF PLANT QUARANTINE, SAN PEDRO 



16 
16 
12 



$ 5 I4.50 00 


$ 


5 51l0 00 


$ 


5 52j.O 00 


$ 


5 5J4.0 00 


2 700 00 




2 92)0 00 




2 9li0 00 




2 91)0 00 


2 520 00 




- 




- 




- 


12 900 00 




15 81)0 00 




15 900 00 




15 900 00 


1 500 00 




1 620 00 




1 620 00 




1 620 OC 


1 500 00 
1 460 00 




1 620 00 




1 680 00 




1 680 00 




2 I4.OO 00 




1 950 00 




1 950 00 


- 


$ 


- 


1 020 00 
$ 28 650 00 


$ 


1 860 00 


£ 26 050 00 


27 960 00 


29 I490 00 


$ 85 he 


$ 


75 00 


$ 


75 00 


$ 


75 00 


62 62 


$ 


75 00 


$ 


75 00 
150 00 


$ 


75 00 


$ ll;b 10 


150 00 


150 00 


$ 107 29 
71)8 84 


* 


125 00 


$ 


100 00 


$ 


100 00 




050 00 




650 00 




650 00 


156 29 




155 00 




155 00 




155 00 


51) 00 




50 00 




50 00 




50 00 


829 55 




700 00 




700 00 




700 00 


10 57 




10 00 




10 00 




10 OC 


900 00 




1 080 00 




1 080 00 




1 080 00 


19 50 




- 




- 






165 00 


$ 


180 00 
2 950 00 


$ 


180 00 
2 905 00 


$ 


180 00 


$ .2 950 82 


2 905 00 


$ 167 98 


$ 


100 00 


$ 


260 00 


$ 


160 00 


- 


$ 


650 00 
750 00 


1 500 00 
$ 1 560 00 
$ 55 265 00 




- 


$ I67 98 


160 00 


$ 29 29lt 90 


$ 51 790 00 


52 705 00 



Page 112 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 

NUH3ER 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



k h k k 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY - Continued 
BUREAU OF PLANT QUARANTINE, SAN DIEGO 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Supervising Maritime Quarantine Officer 
Intermediate Maritime Quarantine Inspector 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Seasonal help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, BUREAU OF PLANT QUARANTINE, SAN DIEGO 



19 
12 

k 



5 060 00 

\ J20 00 

980 00 



560 00 



¥> 9k 
25 99 

2 28 



75 21 $ 



51 h5 
278 70 

102 68 
35 IOj- 

552 §7 

, 5 26 
600 00 



% 1 1|02 IlO 



5 210 00 

X 560 00 

1 080 00 

50 00 



900 00 

60 00 
50 00 

90 00 



50 00 
250 CO 

100 00 

50 00 
250 00 

600 00 



$ 5 500 00 
\ 680 00 

1 080 CO 

50 00 
270 00 



5 500 00 
X 680 00 

1 080 00 

50 00 
650 00 



$ 9 580 00 $ 9 7l[0 00 



50 00 
25 00 



50 00 
25 00 



75 co 



50 00 
275 CO 

100 00 

50 00 
500 00 

600 00 



75 00 



50 00 
275 00 

100 00 

50 00 
500 00 

600 00 



1 280 00 $ 1 575 00 $ 



1|5 77 $ 55 00 $ 



115 00 
650 00 



h5 77 $ 55 00 $ 765 00 



1 575 00 
100 00 
100 00 



$ 9 885 58 $ 10 525 00 $ 11 595 00 $ 11 290 00 



BUREAU OF PLAMT QUARANTINE, LOS ANGELES 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Supervising Border Quarantine Officer 
1111 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
_^ _^ _z. _r_ Allotment for salary adjustments 

2 2 2 2 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Freight, cartage and express 
Reporting vessels 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, BUREAU OF PLANT QUARANTINE, LOS ANGELES 



$ 


2 520 


00 


$ 


5 000 


00 


$ 


5 000 


00 


$ 


5 000 


00 




660 


00 




720 


00 




720 


00 




720 


00 




- 




$ 


- 




$ 


2ll0 

5 960 


00 
00 


$ 


li80 
k 200 


00 


$ 


5 180 


00 


5 720 


00 


00 


$ 


2 


27 


$ 


5 


00 


$ 


5 


00 


$ 


5 


00 


$ 


6 


55 


$ 


10 


00 


$ 


10 


00 


$ 


10 


00 




1 


75 




550 


00 




m 


00 




5 £ 


00 




00 




60 00 




00 




00 




li5 7! 




liO 


00 




if? 


00 




ii5 


00 






95 




- 






- 






- 






15 00 
705 98 


$ 


- 




$ 


- 




$ 


- 




$ 


660 


00 


6?5 


00 


695 


00 




_ 




$ 


10 


00 


$ 
$ 


10 
k 670 


00 

00 


$ 


10 

k 910 


'1 


$ 


5 888 25 


4 595 


00 


00 



AGRICULTURE 



Page 113 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




Mun 

••our 

nuHsn 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
E1GHTT. NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH|90TH| 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



10 10 10 10 

kk ¥> 1*6 1(6 
1111 



55 57 57 57 
- - 8 8 

55 57 65 65 



DIVISION OF PUNT INDUSTRY 
BUREAU OF PLANT QUARANTINE, BORDER STATIONS - 
PERMANENT 

SALARIES AMD WAGES 

Senior Border Quarantine Inspector 
Jur.ior Quarantine Inspector 
Intermediate Border Quarantine Inspector 
Seasonal help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 

Junior Quarantine Inspector 
Intermediate Quarantine Inspector 
(promotion of 9 Junior Quarantine 
Inspectors) 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Freight, cartage and express 1 
Light, heat and power 
Rent 
Field 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPHENT 
Office 
Field 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, BUREAU OF PLANT QUARANTINE, BORDER 
STATIONS - PERMANENT 



15 
10 
12 



10 



12 



$ 22l 560 00 $ 26 160 00 

76 976 05 89 920 00 

2 220 00 2 400 00 

18 761 96 15 075 00 



$ 26 



26 520 

91 Uo 



00 
00 
2 1(00 00 
20 000 00 

5 850 00 



$ 26 520 00 

91 kkO 00 

2 1;00 00 

20 000 00 

12 510 00 



$122 518 01 


$155 555 00 


$11(6 210 


00 


$152 870 00 






- 




14 1(00 


00 




15 560 00 




$1 




1 080 00 
$161 690 00 


$1 


2 160 00 


$122 318 01 


55 555 00 


70 590 00 


$ 189 20 

509 18 

1 $2k 26 


$ 


225 00 
600 00 

2 200 00 


$ 


225 
600 

2 200 


00 
00 
00 


$ 


225 00 

600 00 

2 200 00 


$ 2 622 62i 


$ 


5 025 00 


$ 


5 025 


00 


$ 


3 025 00 


$ 71 78 

2 801 bk 
191 70 
1A8 83 

9k 20 

3 035 00 
372 00 
&S1 96 


$ 


50 00 

2 600 00 
200 00 

500 00 
60 00 

3 100 00 
297 00 
300 00 


$ 


75 

2 900 
200 
1(50 

75 

3 500 

322 

500 


00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 


$ 


75 00 

2 900 00 
200 00 

1(50 00 
75 00 

3 500 00 
322 00 

300 00 


$ 7 1(1(7 11 


$ 


7 107 00 


$ 


7 822 


00 


$ 


7 822 00 


$ 11(3 kO 
3kl 99 


$ 


50 00 
85I1 00 


$ 


250 
750 


00 
00 


$ 


100 00 
500 00 


$ 1(85 59 


$ 


881; 00 


$ 


1 000 


00 


$ 


600 00 



$132 873 15 $H|]j. 571 00 $173 537 00 $181 837 00 



BUREAU OF PLANT QUARANTINE, BORDER STATIONS - 
SEASONAL 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Junior Quarantine Inspectors (seasonal) 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automohile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Light, heat and power 
Rent 
Field 

Totals, Service and Expense 



10 $ 11; 091 70 


$ 13 875 


00 


$ ll( 500 00 


$ ll( 500 00 


$ 


55 ?6 
165 ko 


IS 


50 


00 




50 00 




50 00 






260 


00 




200 00 




200 00 




26^ 58 




250 


00 




250 00 




250 00 


$ 


lA9li 


$ 


56O 


00 


$ 


500 00 


$ 


500 00 


$ 


2 00 


$ 


5 


00 


$ 




$ 


_ 




271 92 




275 


00 




275 00 




275 00 




1(38 










- 




- 




90 38 




85 


00 




85 00 




85 00 




50 




- 






- 




- 




259 63 




225 


00 




225 00 




225 CO 




79 8L 




255 


00 




235 00 




235 00 




132 86 


$ 


200 
1 025 


00 

00 


$ 


175 00 
995 00 


$ 


175 00 


$ 81; 81(2 26 


995 00 



Page 114 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




RANGE 
GROUP 
HUNGER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




S9TH | 90TH 1 9IST 1 92D 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 
BUREAU OF PLANT QUARANTINE, BORDER STATIONS 
SEASONAL - Continued 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Field 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, BUREAU OF PLANT QUARANTINE, BORDER 
STATIONS - SEASONAL 

TOTALS, BUREAU OF PLANT QUARANTINE 



TOTALS FOR BIEN1IIUM 



$ 112 18 

112 27 


$ 120 00 

1I4.0 OC 


$ 100 00 
550 00 


$ 50 00 
150 00 


$ 221; h5 


$ 260 00 


$ 1;50 00 


$ 200 00 


$ 15 625 55 


$ 15 720 00 


$ 16 1^5 00 


$ 16 195 00 


$257 087 77 


$275 056 00 
257 087 77 


$511 085 00 


$519 1;62 00 

511 085 00 




$550 11l5 V 




$650 5I4.7 00 



Ik Ik 15 15 



ENTOMOLOGICAL SERVICE 
GENERAL ENTOMOLOGY 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Supervisor of Entomology 25 

Supervising Entomologist 21 

Supervising Entomologist, Apiary Inspection 21 

Associate Economic Entomologist 16 

Assistant Economic Entomologist 1J 

Entomological Field Assistant 9 

Assistant Systematic Entomologist l6 

Entomological Laboratory Helper 6 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 6 

Janitor (part salary) 5 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 10 

Entomological Field Assistant* 9 
Seasonal help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AMD SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Light, heat and power 
Rent 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, GENERAL ENTOMOLOGY 



f 1; 166 12 


$ 


1; 500 00 


$ 


1; 500 


00 


$ 


1; 500 00 


5 510 00 




5 750 00 
5 8U0 00 




5 81;0 


00 




5 81;0 00 


5 600 00 






5 81;0 


00 




5 8II0 00 

6 060 00 
5 0J4.0 00 


5 kOO 51; 
k 855 52 




5 970 00 
5 040 00 




6 060 
5 0l;0 


00 
00 




5 078 96 




5 570 00 




5 520 


00 




5 520 00 


2 670 00 
1 260 00 




2 850 00 




2 9l|0 


00 




2 9I1.O 00 




1 520 00 




l 520 


00 




1 520 00 


1 560 00 




1 680 00 




1 680 


00 




1 680 00 


60 00 




60 00 




- 






- 


1 7lt0 00 




1 860 00 




1 920 


00 




1 920 00 


- 




- 




1 680 


00 




1 680 00 


- 




1 080 00 




1 000 


00 




1 000 00 


- 


$ 


- 


1 680 00 
$ 1l1 020 00 


$ 


5 510 00 


! 51 880 91; 


55 520 00 


kz 850 00 


118 Ifl 
222 82 


$ 


100 00 


$ 


100 


00 


$ 


100 00 




175 00 




150 


00 




150 00 


1 916 18 




2 000 00 




2 000 


00 




2 000 00 


280 kO 




275 00 




275 


00 




275 00 


> 2 557 89 


$ 


2 550 00 


$ 


2 525 


00 


$ 


2 525 00 


! k5 91; 


$ 


25 00 


$ 


ko 


00 


$ 


1|A 00 


2 161 97 




1 800 00 




2 000 


00 




2 000 00 


522 92 
559 ko 




500 00 




500 


00 




500 00 




275 00 




500 


00 




500 00 


5 190 28 




2 700 00 




2 800 


00 




2 800 00 


19 08 




15 00 




15 


00 




15 00 


116 20 




75 00 




75 


00 




75 00 


562 50 




575 00 




575 


00 




575 00 


97 6I4. 
kl 59 




75 00 




75 


00 




75 00 




50 00 




50 


00 




50 00 


6 705 52 


$ 


5 690 00 


$ 


6 050 


00 


$ 


6 050 00 


52 97 


$ 


100 00 


$ 


250 


00 


$ 


150 00 


- 




750 00 




750 


00 




2 550 00 



81 55 
14-90 91 



25 00 



110 00 



605 21 $ 875 00 $ 1 110 00 $ 2 700 00 
50 685 00 $ ^li t« 00 



$ lU 727 56 $ kk 655 00 



1 Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 
• Formerly paid from trust funds. 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPEIIDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 115 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



KAMI 

••our 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY. FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



DIVISION OF PLANT I1TOSTRY - Continued 
ENTOMOLOGICAL SERVICE 

CITRUS WHITE FLY ERADICATION 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Entomological Field Assistant 

Collaborator 

Spray Operator, Pest Control Work 

Seasonal help 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Field 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Light, heat and power 
Rent 
Field 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Automobile 

TOTALS, CITRUS WHITE FLY ERADICATION 

TOTALS, ENTOMOLOGICAL SERVICE 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



9 $ 



3 220 00 

300 oo 

121; 80 

k 521 78 



3 570 00 

300 oo 

l 560 00 

7 078 00 



30c 00 
1 560 00 
6 Iloo 00 



300 00 
1 560 00 
6 i.00 00 



7 966 58 


$ 12 508 00 


$ 


8 260 00 


$ 


8 260 00 


1 282 07 


$ 


1 685 00 


$ 


1 kOO 00 


$ 


1 kOO 00 


7 50 

335 58 

166 66 
2 3I17 23 

• 1 5§ 

21 78 

575 00 
318 91 


$ 

$ 


600 00 
175 00 

2 800 00 
20 OL 

375 00 
50 00 

1; 020 00 


$ 
$ 


550 00 

150 00 

2 600 00 

25 00 

375 00 


$ 


550 00 

150 00 

2 600 00 

25 00 

575 00 


I 3 571; 01; 


3 700 00 


3 700 00 


- 


$ 
$ 


2 325 00 


$ 
$ 
$ 


1 800 00 


$ 
$ 
$ 


750 00 


( 12 822 69 


20 538 00 


15 160 00 
65 8k5 00 


lk 110 00 


& 5k 550 05 


65 173 00 

5k 550 05 


68 215 00 
65 8k5 00 



$119 723 05 



$13k 060 00 



RODENT, PLAGUE AND WEED CONTROL 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

1111 Supervisor, Rodent, Plague and Weed Control 

1111 Field Supervisor, Rodent Control Work 

1111 Weed and Seed Botanist (intermittent) 

2 2 2 2 District Supervisor, Rodent and Weed Control 

1111 Field Supervisor, Weed Control Work 

- - - - Collaborator 
1111 Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

- Seasonal help 

_- _-_ _- _-_ Allotment for salary adjustments 

7777 Totals. Existing Employments 

Proposed new position: 
- Weed and Seed Botanist (increased time) 

7777 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Field 

Co-operative agreements (plague) 
Artichoke thistle eradication 

Totals, Service and Expense 



27 


$ k 650 00 


$ 5 OkO 00 


$ 


5 OkO 00 


$ 5 OkO 00 
3 k80 00 


19 


3 300 00 


3 k80 00 




3 k8o 


00 


12 


1 187 50 


1 5oo 00 




1 Eoo 00 


1 5oo 00 


18 


5 575 00 


6 210 00 




6 2l;0 

3 mo 


00 


6 2k0 00 
3 k80 00 


19 


3 2U0 00 


3 k80 00 




00 




2 koo 00 


2 kOO 00 
1 800 00 




2 kOO 
1 800 


00 


2 kOO 00 


10 


1 700 00 




00 


1 800 00 


- 


1 738 87 


6 000 00 




3 500 


00 


3 500 00 


- 


- 


- 


1 125 
$ 28 k65 


00 
00 


2 205 00 




$ 23 591 37 


$ 29 810 00 


$ 29 5k5 00 




. 


_ 


kOO 
$ 28 865 


00 

00 


kOO 00 




$ 23 '591 37 


$ 29 810 00 


$ 29 9l;5 00 




$ 60 72 


$ 75 00 


$ 


60 


00 


$ 60 00 




68 Ok 


100 00 




70 


00 


70 00 




16 klk 63 


12 000 00 




12 500 


00 


12 500 00 




$ 16 603 39 


$ 12 175 00 


$ 


12 63O 


00 


$ 12 630 00 




$ 2 2k 
k 526 36 


$ 

6 000 00 


$ 


5 000 00 


$ 

5 000 00 




219 26 


180 00 




200 


00 


200 00 




90 76 


125 00 




100 


00 


100 00 




• 2 186 51 


2 200 00 




2 200 


00 


2 200 00 




239 21 


300 00 




200 


00 


200 00 




6 75 


- 




- 




- 




3 31J.0 92 


k 000 00 




3 000 


00 


3 000 00 




895 85 
$ 11 507 8k 


1 000 00 


$ 


1 000 
11 700 


00 
00 


1 000 00 




$ 13 805 00 


$ 11 700 00 



Page 116 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
GROUP 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 

RODENT, PLAGUE AND WEED CONTROL - Continued 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Field 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, RODENT, PLAGUE AND WEED CONTROL 



$ 161 91 
836 67 
196 65 


$ 125 00 

1 950 00 

500 00 

$ 2 375 00 


$ 170 00 

1 300 00 

300 00 

$ 1 770 00 


$ 150 00 

1 950 00 

300 00 


$ 1 195 23 


$ 2 koo 00 


$ 52 897 85 


$ 58 165 00 


$ 5k 965 00 


$ 56 675 00 



CAMEL THORN ELIMINATION 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Field 



795 ki $ 1 koo 00 $ 850 00 $ 850 00 



AUSTRIAN FIELD CRESS ELIMINATION 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Field 

TOTALS, RODENT, PLAGUE AND WEED CONTROL 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 2 186 59 
$ 55 877 63 



2 500 00 $220000 $220000 



$ 62 O65 00 

55 877 65 
$117 9^2 63 



$ 58 015 00 



$ 59 725 00 
58 015 00 

$117 7ko 00 



PREDATORY ANIMAL CONTROL 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Supervising Predatory Animal Hunter and 

Trapper 
Collaborator 
Predatory Animal Hunter and Trapper 

(seasonal) 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Automobile 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Automobile 

TOTALS, PREDATORY ANIMAL CONTROL 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



Ex $ 1 800 00 $ 1 920 00 
600 00 600 00 

7 15 kill. 36 18 700 00 



$ 17 81k 36 $ 21 220 00 
$ 18 k6 $ 25 00 



$ 6k6 02 $ 700 00 
36 
6k2 85 600 00 



1 920 00 
600 00 


$ 1 920 00 
600 00 


19 000 00 
720 00 


19 000 00 
1 kkO 00 


22 2k0 00 


$ 22 96O 00 


25 00 


$ 25 00 



700 00 $ 700 00 

600 00 600 00 



23 $ 1 300 00 $ 1 300 00 $ 1 300 00 



k88 11 



$ 19 610 16 $ 22 5I15 00 

19 610 16 
$ 1(2 155 16 



650 00 



$ 2k 215 00 



$ 2k 285 00 
2h 215 00 

$ k8 500 00 



BUREAU OF PLANT PATHOLOGY 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

1111 Supervisor of Plant Pathology 

2 2 2 2 Associate Plant Pathologist 

1111 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

x x x x Janitor (part salary) 

- Collaborator 

- Seasonal help 

_j3_ j^_ _2_ _2_ Allotment for salary adjustments 

\ k \ \ Totals, Salaries and Wages 



25 


$ k 220 00 


% k 320 00 
6 1(20 00 


% k 320 00 


$ k 320 00 


19 


6 090 00 


6 600 00 


6 600 00 


6 


1 320 00 


1 380 00 


1 kkO 00 


1 kkO 00 


5 


60 00 


60 CO 


120 00 


120 00 




900 00 


900 00 


900 00 


900 00 


- 


6 350 55 


17 2k5 00 


9 000 00 


9 000 00 


- 




- 


480 00 
$ 22 860 00 


1 200 00 




$ 18 9ko 53 


$ 30 325 00 


$ 23 58O 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 117 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90THI 91ST 92D 



l.! ... 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETYF1RST 


NINETY-SECOND 


IUIH1 


BGHTY-NIKTH 
FISCAL YEAR 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-36 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 

BUREAU OF PLANT PATHOLOGY - Continued 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Laboratory 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, BUREAU OF PLANT PATHOLOGY 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



60 07 
jl9 01 
kl 91 
5? 06 



80 00 

100 00 
225 00 
100 00 



]5 oo $ 

60 00 
75 00 
75 00 



75 oo 

60 00 

75 oo 
75 00 



$ 210 05 $ 505 00 



285 00 $ 285 00 



15 09 
5 610 2k 

67 65 



a 



1 02 
55 86 



25 00 

16 555 00 

75 00 

50 00 

950 00 

20 00 
75 00 



25 00 

500 00 

75 00 

75 CO 

000 00 

25 00 
IlO 00 
75 00 



25 00 
500 00 
75 00 
75 00 
000 00 
25 00 
I4.0 00 
75 00 



$ 6 877 65 $ 17 530 00 $ 7 815 00 $ 7 815 00 



56 70 

1l72 51 



$ 26 557 hz 



65 00 
650 00 
100 00 



$ li9 175 00 
26 557 i|2 

$ 75 752 2£ 



100 00 

1 500 00 

100 00 



529 21 $ 815 00 $170000 



100 00 
100 ,'j 



200 00 



$ 52 660 00 $ 



51 880 00 

52 660 00 



$ 61l 5^0 00 



BUREAU OF FIELD CROPS 
ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Chief, Bureau of Field Crops 
x x x x Senior Crop and Livestock Estimator 

(part salary) 
x x x x Supervisor, Warehouse Inspection 

(part salary) 
x - - - Senior Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
- x x x Supervising Clerk, Grade 1 (part salary) 
_^ _r _z. _z. Allotment for salary adjustments 

1111 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Automobile 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Automobile 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 



27 


$ 


li 500 00 


$ 


k 760 00 


$ 


k 760 00 


$ 


1l 760 00 


Ex 




1(00 00 




liOO 00 




1(00 00 




400 00 


22 
10 
15 


$ 


120 00 

900 00 


$ 


120 00 
1 11(0 00 


$ 


120 00 

1 260 00 
60 00 

6 600 00 


$ 


120 00 

1 260 00 
180 00 




5 920 00 


6 1(20 00 


6 720 00 




$ 


9 57 

51 03 


$ 


15 00 
50 00 


$ 


15 00 
50 00 


$ 


15 00 
50 00 




$ 


1(0 60 


$ 


1(5 00 


$ 


1(5 00 


$ 


1(5 00 




$ 


65 22 
567 66 

11? 39 
296 62 


$ 


50 00 
750 00 
115 00 

1(00 00 


$ 


50 00 
600 00 

125 00 

525 00 


$ 


50 00 
600 00 
125 00 
525 00 



$ 700 



$ 1 ol(2 89 $ 1 315 00 $ 1 100 00 $ 1 100 00 



$ 7 003 1(9 $ 7 780 00 $ 8 1(1(5 00 $ 7 865 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



Page 118 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RAHGE 
GROUP 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89Th| 90Th| 91ST 1 92D 


1940-41 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


- 


1 


1 


1 


- 


X 


X 


X 


1 


1 


1 


1 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 
BUREAU OF FIELD CROPS - Continued 
SEED INSPECTION SERVICE 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Supervisor of Seed Analysis and Inspection 

Supervising Seed Analyst 

Senior Seed Analyst 

Janitor 

Senior Seed Inspector (part salary) 

Junior Seed Analyst 

Intermediate Typist-Clerk (part salary) 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

Seasonal help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Light, heat and power 
Laboratory 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Laboratory 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, SEED INSPECTION SERVICE 

TOTALS, BUREAU OF FIELD CROPS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



23 


$ 


5 ooo oo 


$ 


5 000 


00 


$ 


3 000 


00 


$ 


3 000 00 


IS 




2 479 80 




2 660 


00 




2 660 00 




2 660 00 


11 




4 590 00 




4 7^0 

360 


00 




4 800 


00 




4 800 00 


5 




360 00 




00 




360 


00 




360 00 


15 




2 220 00 




2 220 


00 




2 220 


00 




2 220 00 


9 




- 




1 600 


00 




1 920 




1 920 00 


5 




- 




615 


00 




660 


00 




660 00 


6 




1 310 00 




1 440 


00 




1 kk> 


00 




1 440 00 


- 




997 15 




750 


00 




800 


00 




800 00 


- 


$ 




$ 


- 




385 

$ 18 245 


00 

00 


$ 


865 00 




14 956 95 


17 385 


00 


18 725 00 




$ 


15 50 


$ 


150 


00 


$ 


50 


00 


$ 


50 00 






220 70 




350 


00 




250 


00 




250 00 






96 06 










100 


00 




100 00 






279 57 




400 


00 




300 


00 




300 00 




$ 


611 63 


$ 


900 


00 


$ 


700 


00 


$ 


700 00 




$ 


7 50 


$ 


10 


00 


$ 


10 


00 


$ 


10 00 






477 18 
36 85 




500 


00 




550 


00 




550 00 








35 


00 




35 


00 




35 00 






- 




- 






200 


00 




200 00 






219 81 




300 


00 




300 


00 




300 00 






12 77 




15 


00 




20 


00 




20 00 






36 31 
©89 




30 


00 




50 


00 




50 00 








50 


00 




50 


00 




50 00 




$ 


835 31 


$ 


940 


00 


$ 


1 215 


00 


$ 


1 215 00 




$ 


5 87 


$ 


. 




$ 


. 




$ 


_ 




15 45 

$ 21 J2 
$ 16 1|25 21 
$ 23 1(28 70 


$ 
$ 
$ 


115 


00 


$ 

$ 
$ 


1 270 
1 270 


00 
00 


$ 
$ 


150 00 




115 


00 


150 00 




19 340 
27 120 


00 
00 


21 430 


00 


20 790 00 




29 875 


00 


28 655 00 










23 428 70 










29 875 00 



$ 50 548 70 



$ 58 530 00 



1 
1 

4 


1 
1 
5 


1 

1 
5 


1 
1 
5 


1 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 

3 


X 

3 


X 

3 



12 13 13 13 



BUREAU OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLE 
STANDARDIZATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Chief of Bureau 
Assistant Chief of Bureau 
Supervising Fruit and Vegetable 

Standardization Inspector 
Senior Fruit and Vegetable 

Standardization Inspector 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
Junior Fruit and Vegetable 

Standardization Inspector 
Junior Typist-Clerk (part time) 
Collaborator 
Seasonal help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 



26 
22 


$ 5 400 00 
3 750 00 


$ 5 520 00 

4 080 00 


$ 5 520 00 

4 080 00 


$ 5 520 00 
4 080 00 


18 


10 250 00 


13 950 00 


15 420 00 


15 420 00 


6 
6 


3 240 00 

1 440 00 
660 00 

27 50 


4 44O 00 

1 560 00 

720 00 

330 00 


4 I14O 00 

1 560 00 

720 00 

330 00 


4 44O 00 
1 560 00 

720 00 
330 00 


10 
2 


7 020 00 

92 00 

1 200 00 

8 257 51 


5 940 00 

100 00 

1 500 00 
11 450 00 

$ 49 590 00 


6 000 00 
100 00 

1 500 00 
8 700 00 
1 800 00 

$ 50 170 00 


6 000 00 
100 00 

1 500 00 
8 700 00 
3 69000 




$ 41 317 01 


$ 52 060 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



AGRICULTURE 
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 119 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



B9TM BOTH 9IST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY HINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETYSECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 
BUREAU OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLE 
STANDARDIZATION - Continued 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Light, heat and power 
Rent 
Field 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Field 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, BUREAU OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLE 
STANDARDIZATION 



$ 177 87 

92k 10 


$ 150 


00 


$ 


150 


00 


$ 150 


00 


640 00 




650 


00 


650 00 


210 2)3 


kOO 


00 




300 


00 


300 


oc 


$ 1 J12 kO 


.* 1 190 


00 


$ 


1 100 


00 


$ 1 100 


00 


* 131 55 


$ 15 


00 


$ 


15 


00 


* 15 


00 


10 792 52 

1 565 y> 

ishb k8 


Ik 1(30 


00 




11 500 


00 


11 500 


00 


1 200 
500 


00 
00 




1 500 
kOO 


00 
00 


1 500 
4oo 


00 
00 


3 930 §7 


3 900 


00 




il 000 


00 


k 000 00 


22 Ok 
199 66 


15 


00 




20 


00 


20 


00 


200 


00 




300 


00 


300 


00 


237 50 
52 ho 


570 


00 




5io 


00 


5io 


00 


50 


00 




50 


00 


50 


30 


$ 17 376 28 


$ 20 680 


00 


$ 18 525 


00 


$ 18 325 


00 


$ 315 15 


$ 56O 


00 


$ 


210 


00 


$ 120 00 


576 22 
69 28 


3 900 


00 




2 100 


00 


1 200 


00 


525 


00 




75 


00 


75 


00 


$ 958 65 


$ h 785 
$ 76 21(5 


00 
00 


$ 
$ 


2 385 


00 


$ l 395 


00 


$ 60 96I1 Jll 


71 980 


00 


$ 72 880 


00 



EGG STANDARDIZATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
2 2 2 Junior Egg 'Standardization Inspector 
_r. -x _r_ Allotment for salary adjustments 

2 2 2 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Field 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Automobile 
Field 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, EGG STANDARDIZATION 

TOTALS, BUREAU OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLE 
STANDARDIZATION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



10 $ 3 720 00 $ 3 960 00 $ 



16k 99 
lijb 95 



5 00 
200 00 
290 00 



k 080 00 
120 00 



$ 3 720 00 $ 3 960 00 $ k 200 00 



2 00 

1 167 50 

m 57 

9ji 31 

1(6 50 

32 20 



2 00 

1 500 00 
50 00 

100 00 

900 00 
50 00 
35 00 



$ 602 00 $ 



600 00 
65 00 



$' 67 839 71 



$ 81i 002 00 

67 859 71 

$151 81(1 71 



200 OO 
500 00 



1 300 00 
50 00 
75 00 
900 00 
50 00 
35 00 



$ k 080 00 
360 00 

$ k kkO 00 



200 00 

300 00 



$ 315 29 $ 1(95 00 $ 500 00 $ 



$ 2 238 08 $ 2 637 00 $ 2 klO 00 $ 



500 00 

1 300 00 

50 00 
75 00 
900 00 
50 00 
55 00 

2 1(10 00 
600 00 

600 00 



$ 602 00 $ 665 00 - 

$ 7 875 37 $ 7 757 00 $ 7 110 00 $ 7 950 00 



79 090 00 $ 80 830 00 
79 090 00 

$159 920 00 



Page 120 



AGRICULTURE 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 







EXPENDITURES FOR 


SUPPORT 










NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




GROUP 

nan 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY- Continued 
MARKET NEWS SERVICE 
SUPERVISORY AND OPERATIVE 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


5 


3 


5 


.1 


I 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


1 


1 



12 12 12 12 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Supervisor of Market News Service 

Radio Engineer 

Radiotelegraph Operator 

Telegrapher 

Supervising Stenographer-Clerk, Grade 1 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

Intermediate Office Appliance Operator 

Senior Fruit and Vegetable Marketing 

Specialist 
Intermediate Account Clerk 
Senior Dried Fruit and Nuts Marketing 

Specialist 
Senior Clerk 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SOTPLTES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 
Freight, cartage and express 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, SUPERVISORY AND OPERATIVE 



25 
17 

13 

10 

l l 

'5 


$ 


3 603 3k 
2 750 00 

2 100 00 
2 010 00 
2 060 00 
ll 020 00 
1 102 7k 


$ 


5 860 00 
2 9i4.0 00 

2 220 00 
2 100 00 
2 160 00 

k 580 00 

1 200 00 


$ 


5 860 00 

2 9I1O 00 
2 280 00 
2 160 00 
2 160 00 
1; kkO 00 
1 200 00 


$ 


5 860 00 

2 940 00 
2 280 00 
2 160 00 
2 160 00 
1| IjJLlO 00 
1 200 00 


18 
6 




2 91l0 00 
2 138 07 




3 120 00 
17lt 00 




5 120 


00 




5 120 00 


18 
9 


$ 


2 9lt0 OC 
215 32 


$ 


3 120 

1 951 
300 


00 

00 

00 


3 120 00 
2 160 00 

500 00 
1 W10 00 

$ 29 180 00 


$ 


5 120 00 

2 160 00 

500 00 

5 000 00 




25 859 k7 


27 525 


00 


50 7J4.0 00 






505 05 
285 59 

788 1l2 




750 

225 

975 


00 
00 

00 




600 

285 


00 
00 


& 


600 00 

285 00 




885 


00 


885 00 






128 05 

2 288 73 

626 36 

125 76 

1 112 79 

25 19 

k 306 86 




150 
2 IlOO 

600 

125 

1 300 

25 

k 600 


00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 

00 


$ 
$ 


125 

2 300 

625 

125 

1 200 

25 


00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 


$ 
$ 


125 00 

2 500 00 

625 00 
125 00 

1 200 00 

25 00 




k IlOO 


00 


k Itoo 00 




$ 
$ 


270 81 
557 31 

828 12 


$ 
$ 


950 


00 


$ 

$ 
$ 


970 

600 

1 570 


00 
00 

00 


$ 

$ 
$ 


610 00 

1 200 00 




950 


00 


1 810 00 




51 782 87 


3li 050 


00 


36 055 


00 


57 855 00 



5 5 5 5 



FRUIT AND VEGETABLE REPORTING SERVICE, 
SAN FRANCISCO 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Senior Fruit and Vegetable Marketing Specialist 
Senior Fruit and Vegetable Marketing Specialist 

(part salary) 
Fruit and Vegetable Marketing Assistant 
.Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Supervising Telegrapher (part salary) 
Radiotelegraph Operator 
Intermediate Clerk 
Telegrapher (part salary) 
Intermediate Office Appliance Operator 

(part salary) 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



18 $ 2 6I4.9 59 $ 5 210 00 $ 5 500 00 $ 3 300 00 



18 


307 92 


220 


00 




220 


00 


220 


00 


10 
10 


5 285 22 

1 511 61 


5 720 
1 800 


00 
00 




5 720 
1 800 


00 
00 


5 720 00 

1 800 00 


Ex 


90 00 


90 


00 




90 


00 


90 


00 


13 


2 100 00 


2 220 


00 




2 280 


00 


2 280 


00 


Ex 


870 00 


600 


00 




600 


00 


600 


00 


Ex 

Ex 


136 07 
51 29 
















- 


- 


150 


00 




150 


00 


150 


00 


- 


- 


- 




510 

$ 12 67O 


00 
00 


1 170 
$ 15 550 


00 




$ 10 999 50 


$ 12 010 00 


00 




$ 32 85 

19 68 


$ Jj5 


00 


$ 


k5 


00 


% il5 


00 




20 


00 




20 


00 


20 00 



52 55 % 65 00 t 65 00 % 



65 00 



Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 121 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89THI90TH 91ST 92D 



DIVISION OF PUNT INDUSTRY 
MARKET NEWS SERVICE 

FRUIT AND VEGETABLE REPORTING SERVICE, 
SAN FRANCISCO - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, FRUIT AND VEGETABLE REPORTING SERVICE, 
SAN FRANCISCO 



EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 


EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


1937-35 


1936-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



19 50 

85 79 

378 93 

160 79 

5 55 

300 oo 



$ 91*8 51* 



76 57 



20 oo 

75 oo 

575 oo 

155 oo 

5 oo 

500 no 



20 00 

go 00 

585 00 
150 00 

500 00 



20 00 

90 00 
585 00 
150 00 

500 00 



910 00 $ 92*5 00 $ 91*5 00 



90 00 



12 076 71* $ 12 985 00 $ 15 770 00 $ 11; 3l;° 00 



FRUIT AND VEGETABLE REPORTING SERVICE, 
LOS ANGELES 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 



6 6 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Senior Fruit and Vegetable Marketing Specialist 18 
Junior Fruit and Vegetable Marketing Specialist 11 
Fruit and Vegetable Marketing Assistant 10 
Radiotelegraph Operator 13 

Intermediate Office Appliance Operator 5 

Seasonal help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 
Automobile 
Rent 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, FRUIT AND VEGETABLE REPORTING SERVICE, 
LOS ANGELES 



2 995 52 

2 062 50 

5 l*oo 00 

1 97? 67 
591* 00 
21*1* 17 



5 120 00 

1 920 00 
5 600 00 

2 220 00 
690 00 
250 00 



5 120 00 

1 920 00 
5 600 00 

2 280 00 

720 00 
250 00 
650 00 



5 120 00 

1 920 00 

5 600 00 

2 280 00 

720 00 
250 00 
1 550 00 



11 275 66 


$ 11 800 00 


$ 12 520 00 


$ 15 21*0 00 


11* 18 


$ 


20 00 


$ 


20 00 


$ 


20 00 


50 88 

8 1*5 

11*9 1* 

21*0 00 


$ 


55 00 

10 00 

150 00 

21*0 00 


$ 


55 00 

25 00 

150 00 

2J4.0 00 


J 


55 00 

25 00 
150 00 

21*0 00 


1*28 77 


$ 


1*55 00 


$ 


1*50 00 


$ 


1*50 00 


- 


$ 


100 00 


$ 


220 00 




- 



$ 11 716 61 $ 12 555 00 $ 15 210 00 $ 15 710 00 



HAT AND GRAIN REPORTING SERVICE, 
SAN FRANCISCO 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Supervising Telegrapher (part salary) 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



6 
Ex 




1 1*1*0 00 

5L9 80 

85 16 


$ 

$ 

$ 


1 620 00 
550 00 
150 00 


$ 
$ 


1 680 00 
550 00 
150 00 

60 00 

2 21*0 00 

20 00 

20 00 


$ 
$ 


1 680 00 
550 00 
150 00 

120 00 




1 871* 96 

10 1*8 

19 67 


2 120 00 

15 00 

20 00 


2 500 00 

20 00 
20 00 



50 15 $ 55 00 $ 



l*o 00 



l*o 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



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AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
DANCE 
CROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETYSECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




S9TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 
MARKET NEWS SERVICE 
HAT AND GRAIN REPORTING SERVICE, 
SAN FRANCISCO - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, HAT AND GRAIN REPORTING SERVICE, 
SAN FRANCISCO 



,55 50 

il9p 92 

111. 00 

1 111 

1)20 00 



t 2 861) 67 



20 00 ! 


: 20 00 $ 


20 00 


500 00 


500 00 


500 00 


50 00 


50 00 


50 00 



1)20 00 



1)20 00 



959 56 $ 970 00 $ 



970 00 
150 00 



1)20 00 



970 00 
90 00 



5 125 00 $ J 1)00 00 $ 5 1)00 00 



HAT AND GRAIN REPORTING SERVICE, 
LOS ANGELES 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Senior Hay, Grain and Feed Marketing 

Specialist 
1111 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
x x x x Intermediate Office Appliance Operator 

(part salary) 
x x x x Junior Clerk (part time) 
- - - - Temporary help 
_2_ _z. _l ___ Allotment for salary adjustments 

2 2 2 2 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 
Rent 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, HAT AND GRAIN REPORTING SERVICE, 
LOS ANGELES 



18 


$ 


5 000 00 


$ 


5 180 00 


$ 


5 180 00 


$ 


5 180 00 


6 




1 500 00 




l 620 00 




1 680 


00 




1 680 


00 


5 




267 00 

lib 05 




285 


00 




500 


00 




500 


00 


2 






120 


00 




120 


00 




120 


00 


- 




69 67 




150 


00 




100 


00 




100 


00 


- 


$ 




$ 


- 




$ 


255 

5 655 


00 
00 


$ 


545 
5 725 


00 




h 952 72 


5 555 


00 


00 




$ 


IlI 55 


$ 


25 


00 


$ 


50 


00 


$ 


50 


00 




$ 


■16 05 


$ 


20 


00 


$ 


25 


00 


$ 


25 


00 






1)5 85 




50 


00 




50 


00 




50 


00 






8 81) 




525 


00 




550 


00 




550 00 








10 


00 




10 


00 




10 


00 






287 85 




150 
2J4.O 


00 




175 


00 




175 


00 






21)0 00 




00 




21)0 


00 




21)0 


00 



$ 5 99ii 55 



$ 1 000 10 $ 795 00 $ 850 00 $ 



850 00 
60 00 



6 175 00 $ 6 515 00 



6 665 00 



LIVESTOCK, MEAT AND WOOL REPORTING SERVICE, 
SAN FRANCISCO 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Senior Livestock and Animal Products Marketing 

Specialist (part salary) 
Junior Livestock and Animal Products Marketing 

Specialist (part salary) 
Supervising Telegrapher (part salary) 
Assistant Livestock and Animal Products 

Marketing Specialist 
Seasonal help 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 



Ex $ 1 550 00 $ 1 55O 00 $ 1 550 00 $ 1 550 00 



Ex 
Ex 



Ex 



1 000 00 
570 20 

1 000 00 
751)1)0 



1 000 00 

570 00 

1 000 00 

750 00 



1 000 00 

570 00 

1 000 00 

750 00 



1 000 00 

570 00 

1 000 00 

750 00 



$ 1) li5li 60 $1) 1)70 00 $ 1) 1)70 00 $ 1) 1)70 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 









AGRICULTURE 












Page 123 






DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - 


Continued 


















EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 
















NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




.ILi.F 

• ■OOP 


EXPENDITURES 




PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


ACTUAL 

EIGHTY-NINTH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1937-36 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NIN 

Fl! 


TY-SECOND 


FISCAL YEARS 


CAL YEAR 


89TH | 90TH | 9IST | 


(2D 


940-41 






DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 
MARKET NEWS SERVICE 

LIVESTOCK, MEAT AND WOOL REPORTING SERVICE, 
SAN FRANCISCO - Continued 






















MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 




$ 15 21 
19 69 


$ 


20 00 

18 00 


$ 


15 00 

20 00 


$ 


15 00 






Totals, Materials and Supplies 




$ 52 90 


$ 


38 00 


$ 


35 00 


$ 


35 00 






SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 




$ 5?0 60 

216 to 

216 9k 

2 55 

60 00 


$ 


l£0 00 

250 00 

200 00 

60 00 


$ 


575 00 
250 00 
200 00 

60 00 


.* 


575 00 
250 00 
200 00 

60 00 






Totals, Service and Expense 




$ 866 56 


$ 


960 00 


$ 


885 00 


$ 


885 00 






EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, LIVESTOCK, MEAT AND WOOL REPORTING SERVICE 
SAN FRANCISCO 




$ 6 52 




- 




- 


$ 
$ 


600 00 


$ 6 52 


- 


- 


600 00 


$ 5 560 38 


$ 


5 J+68 00 


$ 


5 590 00 


$ 


5 990 00 






LIVESTOCK, MEAT AND WOOL REPORTING SERVICE, 
LOS ANGELES 


















XXX 
XXX 


X 

_x 


SALARIES AND WAGES 

Senior Livestock and Animal Products Marketing 

Specialist (part salary) 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 


Ex 
Ex 


$ 1 120 00 

817 k2 


$ 


1 120 00 

8!±0 00 


$ 


1 120 00 

8^0 00 


$ 


1 120 00 
8U.0 00 


- - - 


- 


Totals, Salaries and Wages 




$ 1 957 \2 


% 


1 960 00 


$ 


1 960 00 


$ 


1 960 00 






MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 




$ 16 39 


& 


20 00 


$ 


20 00 


$ 


20 00 






SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 

TOTALS, LIVESTOCK, MEAT AND WOOL REPORTING SERVICE 
LOS ANGELES 




$ 5 60 


$ 


10 00 


$ 


10 00 


$ 

$ 


10 00 


$ 1 957 id 


$ 


1 990 00 


$ 


1 990 00 


1 990 00 






DAIRY AND POULTRY PRODUCTS REPORTING SERVICE, 
SAN FRANCISCO 


















XX- 

XX- 

- 1 1 

X - - 


1 


SALARIES AND WAGES 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
Supervising Dairy and Poultry Products Marketing 

Specialist (part salary) 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
Senior Dairy and Poultry Products Marketing 

Specialist (part salary) 


Ex 

Ex 
Ex 

Ex 


$ 300 00 
900 00 

600 00 


$ 


3 00 
10 00 

1 6J4.9 00 


$ 


1 855 00 


$ 


1 853 00 


- 1 1 


1 


Totals, Salaries and Wages 




$ 1 800 00 


$ 


1 662 00 


$ 


1 855 00 


$ 


1 853 00 






SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Rent 

TOTALS, DAIRY AND POULTRY PRODUCTS REPORTING SERVICE, 
SAN FRANCISCO ■ 


$ 270 00 




270 00 


$ 


270 00 


$ 


270 00 


$ 2 070 00 


1 932 00 


$ 


2 123 00 


2 123 00 


x Salary divided 


between two or more functions and position listed 


under 


function paying largest part 















Page 124 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 








NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUVBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 

EIGHTY-NINTH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | S-OTH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 
MARKET NEWS SERVICE - Continued 
DAIRY AND POULTRY PRODUCTS REPORTING SERVICE, 
LOS ANGELES 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Intermediate Office Appliance Operator 

(part salary) 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Senior Dairy and Poultry Products Marketing 

Specialist (part salary) 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 



I 

Ex 



Totals, Salaries and Wages 

TOTALS, DAIRY AND POULTRY PRODUCTS REPORTING SERVICE, 
LOS ANGELES 



267 00 
1 485 23 


$ 

% 
$ 


285 00 
1 560 00 


% 


500 00 

1 560 00 

75 00 
155 00 

2 070 00 


% 
% 


500 00 
1 560 00 

75 00 

285 00 


1 750 25 


1 8I4.5 00 


2 220 00 


1 750 25 


1 8I15 00 


% 


2 070 00 


$ 


2 220 00 



9 9 9 9 



FIELD STATIONS 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Assistant Fruit and Vegetable Marketing 

Specialist 
Radiotelegraph Operator 
Radio Operator and Assistant Marketing 

Specialist 
Intermediate Account Clerk 
Junior Typist-Clerk 
Senior Fruit and Vegetable Marketing 

Specialist 
Seasonal help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Field 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Light, heat and power 
Rent 
Field 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, FIELD STATIONS 

TOTALS, MARKET NEWS SERVICE 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



lit 

15 


$ 5 9§7 86 
4 060 00 


$ 4 800 00 
4 380 00 


$ It 800 00 
4 440 00 


$ 4 800 00 

4 440 00 


2 


960 00 

2 875 96 

780 00 


1 lkO 00 
5 180 00 

960 00 


2 400 00 

5 240 00 

960 00 


2 400 00 

5 24o 00 

960 00 


18 


2 940 00 
1 94444 


5 120 00 

5 510 00 


5 120 00 

2 600 00 

900 00 


5 120 00 
2 600 00 
1 860 00 



$ 17 528 26 $ 21 090 00 



22 460 00 $ 25 420 00 



$ 294 25 $ 600 00 $ 600 00 $ 



600 00 



$ 65 59 

1 116 10 

1 154 54 

582 05 

56 06 

69 55 

962 85 

156 62 


$ 75 00 

1 290 00 

1 050 00 

625 00 

70 00 

75 00 

965 00 

160 00 

$ 4 510 00 


$ 

$ 

$ 
$ 
$1 


70 

1 200 

1 150 

600 

50 

90 
160 

4 270 

972 

1 200 

2 172 


00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 

00 

00 
00 

00 


$ 70 00 

1 200 00 

1 150 00 

600 00 

50 00 

75 00 

965 00 

160 00 


$ 4 123 30 
$ 290 44 


$ 4 270 00 
$ 964 00 


$ 290 44 


- 


$ 964 00 


$ 22 236 25 
$ 97 809 49 


$ 26 000 00 

$105 925 00 
97 809 49 

$205 754 49 


29 502 
14 005 


00 
00 


$ 29 254 00 

$117 527 00 
114 005 00 

$251-552 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



AGRICULTURE 



Page 125 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH , 90TH | 9IST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAH 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



5 11 11 11 



DIVISION OF MARKETS 

ORGANIZATION, DEVELOPMENT AND ARBITRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Chief of Division 27 

Senior Account Clerk 10 

Intermediate Typist-Clerk 5 

Marketing Representative 22 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 6 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 9 

Junior Typist-Clerk 2 

Duplicating Machine Operator It 
Seasonal help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
Less abatements 

Net Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, ORGANIZATION, DEVELOPMENT AND ARBITRATION 

TTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 5 700 00 

75 00 

5 750 00 

1 118 81 

1 700 00 

llj2 17 

7 866 13 



$ 20 552 11 
-13 012 Pit 

$ 7 3¥> 07 



I4.70 70 
llj.0 14 



5 760 00 
1 800 00 

900 00 

6 78O 00 
5 590 00 
1 800 00 

960 00 

855 00 

10 000 00 



$ 32 2k5 00 
-20 965 00 

$ 11 280 00 



644 00 

271 00 



760 00 
800 00 
200 00 
680 00 
080 00 
800 00 

960 00 

1 080 00 
11 000 00 

1 125 00 
56 485 00 

-22 992 00 



$ 5 760 00 

1 800 00 
1 200 00 
7 680 00 

4 080 00 

1 800 00 

960 00 

1 080 00 
12 100 00 

2 kk3 00 

$ 38 905 00 
-2ii 9i;5 00 



$ 13 493 00 $ 13 960 00 



500 00 
175 00 



500 00 
175 00 



610 8k 


$ 


915 


00 


$ 


675 


00 


$ 


675 


00 


32 1)3 


$ 


75 


00 


$ 


60 00 


$ 


60 


00 


291 44 




300 


00 




300 


00 




300 


00 




500 


00 




300 


00 




300 00 


-13 1)3 




200 


00 




300 


00 




300 


X) 


78 38- 




100 


00 




100 


00 




100 


00 



$ 621; 39 $ 1 175 00 $ 1 060 00 $ 1 060 00 



$ 2 091 3l(. $ 1 107 00 



$ 1 100 00 

850 00 



$ 1 100 00 



$ 2 09I 3I4. $ 1 107 00 $ 1 950 00 $ 1 100 00 



$ 10 666 64 



$ 14. 

10 



00 

M 



$ 17 178 00 $ 



$ 25 Ui3 61t 



16 795 00 

17 178 00 



$ 33 973 00 



DIVISION OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
x x x x Chief of Division (part salary) 
2 2 2 2 Weights and Measures Equipment Inspector 
2 2 2 2 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

- x x x Intermediate Typist-Clerk (part salary) 

x - - - Assistant to Chief of Division (part salary) 
-xxx Assistant Chief of Division{part salary) 

- Temporary help 

_ = _ _^_ _ z _ _ I _ Allotment for salary adjustments 

k 4 k k Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



23 


$ 


1 820 00 


$ 


1 920 


00 


$ 


1 920 


00 


$ 


1 920 00 


10 




3 960 00 




k 080 00 




k 080 


00 




k 080 00 


6 




2 980 00 




3 300 


00 




3 360 


00 




3 360 00 


5 




_ 




516 


00 




600 00 




600 00 


16 




1 1)29 17 




- 






- 






- 


19 








780 


00 




1 560 


00 




1 560 00 






_ 




100 


00 




100 


00 




100 00 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 




390 

$ 12 010 


00 
00 


$ 


720 00 




10 189 17 


10 696 


00 


12 34O 00 




$ 


86 2k 
1 109 36 


$ 


100 


00 


$ 


100 


00 




100 00 








1 200 


00 




1 300 


00 




1 300 00 






4O 07 




60 


00 




60 


00 




60 00 




$ 


1 235 67 


$ 


1 360 00 


$ 


1 460 


00 


'i 


1 460 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



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AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT Of AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
HUNBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH j 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 
Freight, cartage and express 

TotalSj Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Field 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, DIVISION OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURE." 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 95 29 $ 

1 53k 77 

81 10 

501 08 

1 001). 59 

22 29 

$ 5 259 12 $ 



50 81 
60 76 



15 00 

1 1(.00 00 

65 00 

525 00 

1 200 00 

25 00 

5 250 00 
50 00 



$ ill 57 



$ 11; 775 55 * 15 3 



775 55 



$ 30 ill 53 



25 00 
2 600 00 

100 00 

600 00 

1 500 00 

25 00 



25 00 
600 00 

100 00 

600 00 

500 00 

25 00 



$ k 850 00 $ k 850 00 

$ 3^5 00 $ 2b0 00 
2 500 00 



50 00 $285500 $ 260 00 



$ 21 155 00 $ 



18 910 00 
21 155 00 

$ 1)0 065 00 



EXPENDITURES FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY 



APPROPRIATED 

EIGHTY-NINTH AND 

NINETIETH FISCAL YEARS 

1937-1939 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 

NINETY-FIRST AND 

NINETY-SECOND FISCAL YEARS 

1939-1941 



DETAIL 



TOTAL 



Construction, Improvements and Equipment: 

Construction and improvements of buildings, sanitary facilities, 
and development and expansion of water supplies at plant 
quarantine inspection stations: 

Parker Station 
Smith River Station 
Truckee Station 
Dorris Station 
Termo Station 
Blythe Station 
Redwood Station 
Malin Station 
Hornbrook Station 
Peavine Station 
Stateline Station 
Coleville Station 
Bridgeport Station 
Benton Station 
Redwood Highway Station 
Alturas Station 
Dagget Station 
Yuma Station 

Totals, Capital Outlay 





1^62 00 


it 


200 00 


11 


000 00 


1)20 00 




595 00 




550 66 




598 1)2 




105 93 




702 20 



350 00 



i2 i 



00 

00 



1(10 00 

035 00 
550 00 
850 00 
725 00 

100 00 

300 00 
950 00 

100 00 

135 00 
105 00 



$ 58 102 21 



$ 7 830 00 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
REVENUES 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 
Miscellaneous 
Unclaimed checks and deposits 

TOTALS, DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-36 



68 95 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

I93S-39 



80 k6 % 



80 ij.6 



80 li.6 



ESTIMATED 

NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



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ESTIMATED 

NINETYSECONC 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY 

LIVESTOCK SANITARY SERVICE 

Foreign cold storage meat licenses 



2l|7 50 $ 200 00 



200 00 $ 200 00 



DAIRY SERVICE 
Brand registrations 
Factory licenses - miscellaneous 
Oleomargarine licenses: 

Bakery and restaurant 

Manufacturers 

Retail 

Wholesale 
Imitation milk licenses: 

Manufacturers 

Retail 

Wholesale 
Modified milk licenses - manufacturers 
Samplers and weighers licenses 
Testers licenses 
Technicians licenses 
Glassware testing 
Miscellaneous 

Totals, Dairy Service 

TOTALS, DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY 
Economic poison licenses and penalties 
Economic poison household licenses and penalties 
Fertilizer salesmen licenses 
Miscellaneous 

TOTALS, DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY 



$ 


295 00 


$ 275 


00 


$ 250 


00 


$ 250 


30 




5 305 00 


3 300 


00 


3 300 


00 


3 koo 


00 




925 68 

800 00 


900 00 


900 00 


900 


00 




800 00 


800 00 


800 00 




514- 590 19 


55 000 


00 


5k 000 


00 


55 000 


00 




2 908 111 


2 700 


00 


2 700 


00 


2 700 00 




325 01 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 00 




67 50 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 




k70 8k 


500 


00 


500 


00 


500 


00 




100 00 


100 


00 


100 


00 i 


100 


00 




822 00 


850 


00 


850 


00 


850 


00 




1 016 00 


1 100 


00 


1 100 


00 


1 100 


00 




127 00 


130 


00 


135 


00 


145 


00 




2 3¥> 33 
20 

68 099 16 

68 3k6 66 


2 250 


00 


2 300 


00 


2 300 


00 


$ 


$ 68 055 

$ 68 255 
68 3k6 


00 
00 


$ 67 085 
$ 67 285 


00 
00 


$ 68 195 


30 


$ 


$ 68 395 


00 






66 






67 285 


00 






$136 601 66 






$135 680 


00 


$ 


307 50 
















11 00 


- 




- 




- 






k 00 
58 00 

380 50 


- 




- 




- 






- 




- 




- 




$ 


$ 




_ 




_ 








380 50 






- 





TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 380 50 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 
ENTOMOLOGICAL SERVICE 

Apiary "brand registrations 

Miscellaneous 

Totals, Entomological Service 



6k 50 $ 
01 



50 00 $ ko 00 $ 



6k 51 t 50 00 $ 



ko 00 



30 00 



30 00 



BUREAU OF FIELD CROPS 
Seed inspections 

BUREAU OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLE STANDARDIZATION 
Seed potato certifications 

TOTALS, DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



1 907 75 

1 k7Q 07 



$ 1 800 00 $ 1 800 00 



$ 800 00 $ 



% 3 kk2 33 $ 



2 650 00 
5 kk2 53 

$ 6 092 33 



00 



1 800 00 



$ 800 00 



$ 2 6ko 00 $ 



2 63O 00 

2 6ko 00 



$ 5 270 00 



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AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1933-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND - Continued 



DIVISION OF MARKET ENFORCEMENT 
Dairy produce exchange licenses 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



200 00 



200 00 
200 00 



$ 1(00 00 



200 00 



200 00 
200 00 



$ 1(00 00 



DIYISION OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 
Weighmasters licenses 
Deputies licenses 
Additional locations licenses 

TOTALS, DIVISION OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 11; 270 00 

3 kn 00 

1 %1 30 
$ 19 25ll 50 $ 



Ik 500 00 
3 500 00 
1 700 00 

19 700 00 

19 2?lt 50 



$ 58 93k 50 



15 000 00 
3 600 00 
1 750 00 



15 000 00 
3 600 00 
1 750 00 



* 20 350 00 $ 



20 350 00 
20 330 00 

Jj.o 700 00 



TOTALS, REVENUES 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 91 681; h5 $ 90 805 00 

91 684 til 

$182 1(89 h5 



$ 90 lj.75 00 



$ 91 575 00 
90 1(73 00 

$182 050 00 



AGRICULTUH2 



Page 129 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
ANO EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETYSECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

421 41(1 il.55 455 Salaries and wages 

Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$987 130 18 $1 208 667 00 

52 271 87 58 855 00 

769 451 77 1 510 957 00 

60422 15 71 817 00 



$1 527 195 00 $1 385 355 00 

52 670 00 52 420 00 
1 493 910 00 1 500 620 00 

53 655 00 lio h90 00 



$1 81$ 275 95 $2 850 296 00 $2 927 U28 00 $2 Q76 885 00 

1 849 275 95 2 927 428 00 



$4 699 571 95 



$5 904 313 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AMD OBJECT 

DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY 
CATTLE PROTECTION SERVICE 
Brand Recording and Licensing 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Supervisor of Livestock Identification 

Service 
6 6 4 4 Supervising Hide and Brand Inspector 
1111 Supervising Clerk, Grade 1 
1111 Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

2 2 2 2 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

3 3 3 3 Intermediate Typist-Clerk 
1111 Intermediate Account Clerk 
- - - - Temporary help 

- Allotment for salary adjustments 

15 15 13 13 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Printing brand book 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 

Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata departmental administration 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Pro rata Attorney General's services 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, BRAND RECORDING AND LICENSING 



19 


$ 


3 2J1.O 00 


$ 


3 570 00 


$ 


5 660 


00 


$ 


3 660 00 


15 




13 150 00 




14 400 


00 




9 600 00 




9 600 00 


13 




2 160 00 




2 280 00 




2 280 00 




2 280 00 


10 




1 500 00 

2 m 55 




1 920 


00 




1 920 


00 




1 920 00 


6 






3 060 


00 




3 120 


00 




3 120 00 


5 




3 586 67 




3 930 


00 




zas 


00 




3 960 00 

1 1(1(0 00 


fa 




330 00 




1 350 


00 




00 




- 




2 246 93 




1 500 


00 




1 200 


00 




1 200 00 


- 


$ 




$ 


- 




1 410 00 
$ 28 590 00 


$ 


: --0 c . 




28 627 15 


32 010 


00 


30 060 00 




$ 


387 95 


$ 


450 


00 


$ 


lj.00 


00 


$ 


400 00 






730 71 




900 


00 




725 


00 




725 00 




$ 


- 


$ 


2 000 

3 350 


00 
00 


$ 


- 




$ 


- 




1 118 66 


1 125 


00 


1 125 00 




$ 


122 1(0 


$ 


150 


00 


$ 


100 


00 


$ 


100 00 






6 2l;6 58 




7 500 


00 




5 200 


00 




5 200 00 






909 53 




1 000 


00 




900 


00 




900 00 






2 689 68 




2 000 


00 




2 000 


00 




2 000 00 






4 181 25 




4 500 


00 




3 ^60 


00 




3 l(6o 00 






17 42 




25 


00 




- 






- 






683 08 




fa58 


00 




658 


00 




658 00 






99 18 




200 


00 




100 


00 




100 00 






4 000 00 




5 000 


00 




5 000 


00 




5 000 00 






295 79 




600 


00 




500 


00 




500 00 




$ 


500 00 


500 

$ 22 133 


00 
00 


$ 


500 


00 


$ 


500 00 




19 744 91 


18 1(18 


00 


18 1(18 00 




$ 


92li 99 


$ 


14.97 


00 


$ 


150 


00 


$ 


150 00 




$ 


760 93 
1 685 92 


$ 


3 700 

4 197 


00 
00 


$ 


2 1(00 
2 550 


00 
00 


$ 


- 




150 00 



$ 51 176 64 $ 61 690 00 $ 50 683 00 $ 1(9 753 00 



Hide and Brand Inspection 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1(5 Jj5 44 44 Hide and Brand Inspector 

- Hide and Brand Inspector and Collaborator 

- Temporary help 

-^ _=. _j=_ _=_ Allotment for salary adjustments 



45 h5 hk hh 



Totals, Salaries and Wages 



10 
Ex 


$ l\ 477 00 

18 200 00 

2 275 07 


$ 78 929 00 

18 200 00 
600 00 




$ 94 952 07 


$ 97 729 00 



$ 79 052 00 $ 79 052 00 
16 000 00 16 000 00 



4 426 00 



8 938 00 



$ 99 1(78 00 $103 990 00 



Page 130 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH 1 90TH 1 9IST 1 92D 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY 

CATTLE PROTECTION SERVICE 

Hide and Brand Inspection - Continued 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 
Rent 

Compensation insurance premiums 
Automobile insurance premiums 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, HIDE AND'BRAND INSPECTION SERVICE 

TOTALS, CATTLE PROTECTION SERVICE 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



ii 58 $ 

l 158 55 1 000 oo 



1 ooo oo 



l ooo oo 



$ l 165 li $ 1 000 00 $ 1 000 00 $ 1 000 00 



15 80 

17 72? 48 

164 92 

275 00 

8 968 58 

275 00 

2 458 94 

142 96 

706 85 



8 000 00 

150 00 

500 00 

12 000 00 

500 00 

2 500 00 
500 00 

1 600 00 



100 00 
10 000 00 

125 00 

250 00 
8 500 00 

500 00 
2 000 00 

500 00 
1 500 00 



100 00 
10 000 00 

125 00 

250 00 
8 500 00 

500 00 

2 000 00 

500 00 
1 500 00 



$ 50 755 51 $ 25 150 00 $ 25 075 00 $ 25 075 00 



1; 800 00 





9 222 


15 


$ 


9 226 61t 


$156 077 


55 



$187 255 97 



11 275 


00 


$ 11 275 


00 


$155 154 


00 


$196 81)4 00 

I87 255 97 





6 000 


00 


$ 


6 000 


00 


$129 555 


00 



$180 256 00 



$584 097 97 



$ 4 800 00 

$152 865 00 

$182 618 00 
180 256 00 

$562 854 00 



HORSE AND SHEEP PROTECTION SERVICE 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Temporary help 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Printing 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Postage 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 

Totals, Service and Expense 

TOTALS, HORSE AND SHEEP PROTECTION SERVICE 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 502 60 $ 720 00 
$ 87 49 $ 100 00 



5 25 



595 52 $ 



25 00 
1 00 



$ 500 00 $ 500 00 



846 00 
595 52 



$ 1 259 52 



75 00 $ 



25 00 

11 00 



5 25 $ 26 00 $ 56 00 $ 



$ 411 00 $ 



75 00 



25 00 
11 00 



56 00 



411 00 
411 00 



822 00 



MEAT INSPECTION SERVICE 
Regular 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
151 152 157 157 Veterinary Meat Inspector 

and Assistant Meat Inspector 
— - — z — z - Allotment for salary adjustments 

151 152 157 157 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Traveling 

Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Pro rata Attorney General's services 

Totals, Service and Expense 

TOTALS, REGULAR 



15 

9 


$290 716 76 


$545 242 00 


$567 440 00 
21 695 00 


$567 420 00 
45 520 00 




$290 716 76 

$ 10 095 81 
1 996 76 
1 725 60 

250 00 
$ li; 066 17 


$545 21)2 00 

$ 11 000 00 

5 500 00 

2 500 00 

250 00 

$ 17 050 00 


$589 155 00 

$ 10 000 00 

4 000 00 

2 500 00 
250 00 

$ 16 750 00 


$412 940 00 

$ 10 000 00 

4 500 00 

2 750 00 

250 00 




$ 17 500 00 



$504 782 95 $560 292 00 $405 885 00 $450 440 00 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 131 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



B9TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED E 


(PENDITURES 


ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1936-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY 

MEAT INSPECTION SERVICE - Continued 

Relief 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
5666 Veterinary Meat Inspector 

and Assistant Meat Inspector 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Traveling 

Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 

Totals, Service and Expense 

TOTALS. RELIEF 

TOTALS, MEAT INSPECTION SERVICE 

TOTALS FOR BIENMUM 



: 5 
9 $ 17 265 59 $ 20 000 00 $ 20 000 00 $ 20 000 00 



$ It 1^9 US 

117 Oil 
107 20 



$ 5 000 00 
250 00 
500 00 



5 500 00 
250 00 
500 00 



$ 5 500 00 
250 00 
500 00 



$ k 675 72 


$ 5 550 00 


$ 5 850 00 


$ 5 850 00 


$ 21 959 51 


$ 25 550 00 

$585 81(2 00 
526 722 2k 


$ 25 850 00 
$U?i 735 00 


$ 25 850 00 


$526 722 2li 


$1(56 290 00 
U5l 735 00 



$712 561i 2k 



$888 025 00 



SWINE DISEASE CONTROL 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Temporary help 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Printing 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Postage 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 

Totals, Service and Expense 

TOTALS, SWINE DISEASE CONTROL 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 275 00 $ 50 00 $ 50 00 



59 11 $ 



1 71 

45 



75 00 



10 00 
5 00 



la 25 $ 



565 00 
taz5 



$ UoU 25 



1(0 00 



10 00 
5 00 



1(0 00 



10 00 

5 00 



2 iU $ 15 00 $ 15 00 $ 



15 00 



$ 105 00 $ 



105 00 
105 00 



$ 206 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 



9 9 9 9 



ICE CREAM INSPECTION SERVICE 

SALARIES AMD WAGES 

Supervising Dairy Inspector 

Ice Cream Manufacturing Specialist 

Dairy Bacteriologist (part salary) 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 

Intermediate Typist-Clerk (part salary) 

Laboratory Assistant 

Laboratory Technician 

Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Laboratory 



M 


$ 


5 000 00 


$ 


5 120 00 


$ 


5 120 


00 


$ 


5 120 00 




7 250 00 




8 100 00 




8 100 00 




8 100 00 


if, 




2 025 00 




2 205 00 




2 205 


00 




2 205 00 


6 




1 298 17 




1 550 00 




1 620 


00 




1 620 00 


5 




566 15 




660 00 




660 


00 




660 00 


s 




1 200 00 




iiUo 00 




- 






- 


q 




_ 




1 120 00 




1 680 00 




1 680 00 






_ 




100 00 




100 


00 




100 00 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


1 050 


00 


$ 


2 11(5 00 




15 519 50 


17 275 00 


18 555 


00 


19 650 00 




$ 


9 76 


$ 


15 00 


$ 


15 


00 


$ 


15 00 






U76 25 




500 00 




500 


00 




500 00 






12 56 




25 00 




25 


00 




25 00 




$ 


56b 86 


$ 


750 00 


$ 


450 
990 


00 

00 


$ 


1(50 00 




865 25 


1 290 00 


990 00 




$ 


6 00 


$ 


10 00 


$ 


10 


00 


$ 


10 00 






1 588 Ik 




1 600 00 




1 500 


00 




1 500 00 






35 Oil 




50 00 




-S5 


00 




55 00 






580 87 




600 00 




600 


00 




600 00 






1 35U 87 




1 500 00 




1 500 


00 




1 500 00 






110 04 




100 00 




125 


00 




125 00 






k 90 




5 00 










- 



Page 132 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALART 

GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89Th| 90ThJ 91ST 1 92D 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY 
ICE CREAM INSPECTION SERVICE 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE - Continued 
Rent 

Light, heat and power 
Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata departmental administration 
Automobile insurance premiums 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Pro rata Attorney General's services 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, ICE CREAM INSPECTION SERVICE 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



427 50 
16 J7 

47 14 
ooo oo 

26 19 
130 27 
187 50 



101 07 

856 66 

57 27 

175 62 



$ 1 150 62 
$ 22 628 58 



450 00 

35 00 

125 00 

1 000 00 

30 00 
175 00 
250 00 



450 00 

35 00 

125 00 

000 00 

30 00 
175 00 
250 00 



650 00 
550 00 



$ 25 495 00 

22 628 58 

$ 48 123 58 



125 00 

1 300 00 

25 00 

725 00 



$ 27 355 00 



450 00 
55 00 
125 00 
000 00 
50 00 
175 00 
250 00 



$ 5 295 45 $ 5 750 00 $ 5 655 00 $ 5 655 00 



100 00 

650 00 

25 00 

790 00 



1 200 00 $ 2 175 00 $ 1 565 00 



$ 27 820 00 
27 555 00 

$ 55 155 00 



BUTTER GRADING SERVICE 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Supervising Dairy Inspector 
1111 Butter Manufacturing Specialist 
x x x x Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
- - - - Temporary help 
_=_ _^ _^ _z_ Allotment for salary adjustments 

2 2 2 2 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 

Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata departmental administration 
Automobile insurance premiums 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Pro rata Attorney General's services 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Field 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, BUTTER GRADING SERVICE 



TOTALS FOR BISNNIuM 



s $ 


2 76O 00 


$ 


2 940 00 

2 580 00 


$ 


2 940 00 
2 580 00 


$ 


2 940 00 
2 580 00 


2 590 00 








6 


750 00 




84o 00 




840 00 




84o 00 


- 


27 48 




100 00 




50 00 




30 00 


- 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


420 00 


$ 


780 00 


$ 


5 927 48 


6 460 00 


6 810 00 


7 170 00 


$ 


64 iil 


$ 


10 00 


$ 


10 00 


$ 


10 00 






100 00 




65 00 




65 00 




1 59 
67 86 


$ 


- 


$ 


10 00 


$ 


10 00 


$ 


110 00 


85 00 


85 00 


$ 


2 75 


$ 


10 00 


$ 


15 00 


$ 


15 00 




1 299 4k 




1 500 00 




1 300 00 




1 500 00 




29 56 




25 00 




30 00 




50 00 




215 54 




250 00 




275 00 




250 00 




1 252 62 




1 400 00 




1 500 00 




1 300 00 




6 56 




10 00 




15 00 




15 00 




270 00 




270 00 




270 00 




270 00 




2464 




55 00 




50 00 




30 00 




450 00 




450 00 




450 00 




450 00 




17 80 




18 00 




18 00 




18 00 




55 61 




90 00 




90 00 




90 00 




100 00 




100 00 




100 00 




100 00 


$ 


5 722 12 


$ 


4 178 00 


$ 


3 893 00 


$ 


3 868 00 


$ 


_ 


$ 


_ 


$ 


115 00 


* 


115 00 




- 




1 500 00 




- 




- 




26 17 

26 17 

9 745 65 


* 


50 00 
1 550 00 


$ 


25 00 
140 00 


$ 


25 00 


$ 


140 00 


$ 


12 098 00 
9 745 65 


$ 10 928 00 


$ 11 263 00 














10 928 00 



$ 21 841 63 



$ 22 191 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



AGRICULTURE 



Page 133 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 





EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


uwn 


ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 


•tour 

■DIUI 


EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY - Continued 
MARKET MILK INSPECTION SERVICE 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Market Milk Specialist 

x x x x Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
- Temporary help 

_z. _z _z _i Allotment for salary adjustments 

1111 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Laboratory 
Rent 

Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Contract laboratory analysis 
Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata departmental administration 
Automobile insurance premiums 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Field 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, MARKET MILK INSPECTION SERVICE 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



18 $ 


861 62 


$ 


2 985 


00 


$ 


5 120 


00 


$ 


5 120 00 


6 


27 50 




550 


00 




550 


00 




350 00 


- 


185 87 




200 


00 




200 


00 




200 00 


- 




$ 


- 




$ 


75 
5 725 


00 
00 


$ 


285 00 


$ 


1 072 99 


5 515 


00 


3 935 00 


$ 


68 68 


$ 


20 


00 


$ 


75 


00 


$ 


75 00 




115 80 




100 


00 




100 


00 




100 00 




- 




25 


00 




25 


00 




25 00 




- 


$ 






$ 


50 
250 


00 

00 


$ 


50 00 


$ 


182 1|8 


145 


00 


250 00 


$ 


. 


$ 


10 


00 


$ 






$ 






2li9 98 




1 200 


00 




1 200 


00 




1 200 00 




9 8k 




25 


00 




25 


00 




25 00 




169 IlO 




250 


00 




250 


00 




250 00 




157 06 




500 


00 




300 


00 




300 00 




- 




5 


00 




10 


00 




10 00 




75 00 




10 


00 




75 


00 




75 00 




5 00 




- 






10 


00 




10 00 




5 09 




80 


00 




80 00 




80 00 








2 500 


00 




2 500 


00 




2 500 00 




- 




55 


00 




55 


00 




35 00 




- 




ioo 


00 




^00 


00 




koo 00 




- 


$ 


10 
Jj- 825 


00 

00 


$ 


10 

4 895 


00 
00 


$ 


10 00 


$ 


667 57 


k 895 00 


$ 


155 hh 
902 28 


$ 


55 


00 


$ 


125 


00 


$ 


125 00 






- 






- 






- 




26 17 
1 065 89 


1 


100 


00 


$ 


25 

150 


00 
00 




25 00 


$ 


155 


00 


150 00 


$ 


2 986 7J 


■ fcjlo 

2 986 


00 


9 020 


00 


9 250 00 








75 










9 020 00 






$ 11 626 75 








$ 18 250 00 



DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY 
ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

1111 Chief of Division 

1111 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

1111 Senior Typist-Clerk 

1111 Junior Typist-Clerk 

1111 Intermediate Typist-Clerk 

- - - - Temporary help 

_^ _- _^ j- Allotment for salary adjustments 

5 5 5 5 Total3, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



I 


* 


k 550 00 


$ 


k 800 


00 


$ 


I; 800 00 


$ 


Ji 800 00 




1 560 00 

1 492 50 




1 680 


00 




1 680 


00 




1 680 00 


9 






1 860 


00 




1 920 


00 




1 920 00 


? 




900 00 
612 90 




990 
1 260 


00 




1 020 


00 




1 020 00 


5 






00 




1 520 


00 




1 520 00 






225 13 




hko 


00 




250 


00 




250 00 


- 


$ 




$ 






$ 


510 
11 500 


00 
00 


$ 


1 050 00 




9 358 53 


11 050 


00 


12 OliO 00 




* 


255 86 


$ 


275 


00 


$ 


275 


00 


$ 


275 00 






1 815 61 




2 000 


00 




1 800 00 




1 800 00 




$ 


2 0li7 hi 


$ 


2 275 


00 


$ 


2 075 


00 


$ 


2 075 00 



1 Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



Page 134 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
CROUP 

NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY 
ADMINISTRATION - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 

Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata departmental administration 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Pro rata Attorney General's services 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 



28 01 
1 016 67 
U2 17 
654 55 



a 



22 81 

213 80 
.47 55 

5 600 00 

391 39 
300 00 



35 00 
200 00 
150 00 
700 00 
250 00 

257 00 
50 00 
600 00 
500 00 
300 00 



$ 358 56 $ 



280 00 



558 56 $ 280 00 



30 00 
1 200 00 

190 00 
700 00 
265 00 

257 00 

4o 00 

3 600 00 

600 00 

300 00 



275 00 

600 00 



30 00 

1 200 00 

190 00 

700 00 

265 00 

257 00 

40 00 

3 600 00 

600 00 

300 00 



$ 6 665 67 $ 7 0]|2 00 $ 7 182 00 $ 7 182 00 



$ 320 00 



875 00 $ 320 00 



$ 18 390 23 $ 20 627 00 $ 21 632 00 $ 21 617 00 



GENERAL LABORATORY 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

1111 Supervising Chemist 

2 2 2 2 Senior Chemist 

4 4 4 4 Junior Chemist 

1111 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

1111 Laboratory Assistant 

x x x x Janitor (part salary) 

- Temporary help 

- - - - Allotment for salary adjustments 

- - Less abatements 

9 9 9 9 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Laboratory 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Freight, cartage and express 
Light, heat and power 
Laboratory 
Compensation insurance premiums 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Laboratory 

TOTALS, GENERAL LABORATORY 



19 


$ 


3 360 00 
5 I130 00 


$ 


3 480 00 


$ 


3 U80 00 
5 880 00 


$ 


3 480 00 
5 880 00 


lb 






5 790 00 






12 




6 267 82 




8 700 00 




8 760 00 




8 76O 00 


b 




1 380 00 




1 500 00 




1 560 00 




1 560 00 


5 




573 Oli 




1 230 00 




1 320 00 




1 320 00 


5 




300 00 




360 00 
470 00 




360 00 




360 00 


- 




100 91 






150 00 




150 00 


- 




- 




- 




1 020 00 




2 190 00 


- 


-47 95 
$ 17 365 82 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 




21 530 00 


22 530 00 


23 700 00 




$ 


22 I18 

130 86 

1 5hl 75 


$ 


20 00 


$ 


20 00 


$ 


20 00 








160 00 




130 00 




130 00 








1 800 00 




1 800 00 




1 800 00 




$ 


1 701 07 


$ 


1 980 00 


$ 


1 950 00 


$ 


1 950 00 




$ 


263 50 
20 % 


$ 


300 00 


$ 


300 00 


$ 


300 00 








35 00 




50 00 




50 00 






3 00 




5 00 




- 




- 






30 93 




50 00 




50 00 




50 00 






43? 25 




300 00 




llOO 00 




400 00 






164 53 




175 00 




150 00 




150 00 




$ 


921 63 


% 


865 00 


$ 


950 00 


$ 


950 00 




$ 6I4.7 99 

$ 20 63k 51 




590 00 


$ 


600 00 




650 00 




24 965 00 


$ 26 030 00 


27 250 00 



INSPECTIONS 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
4 4 4 4 District Inspector of Economic Poisons 

and Fertilizers 

2 2 2 2 Senior Inspector of Economic Poisons 

and Fertilizers 



16 $ 8 017 50 $ 10 950 00 $ 11 040 00 $ 11 040 00 
13 3 885 00 4 800 00 4 800 00 4 800 00 



x Salary divided between two or mora functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 135 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY. FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



5666 



111 15 15 15 



DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY 
INSPECTIONS 

SALARIES AND WAGES - Continued 
Inspector of Economic Poisons 

and Fertilizers 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Auditor of Fertilizer Companies 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk (part time) 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
Seasonal help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 
Less charges to Spray Residue Enforcement 
and trust fund projects 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 
Lahoratory 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automohile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 

Laboratory 
Compensation insurance premiums 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, INSPECTIONS 

TOTALS, DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



10 

6 

l l 

10 


$ 


2 076 £0 
2 157 £2 
2 160 00 
120 00 
209 05 
5 875 06 


$ 11 610 00 

2 880 00 

2 280 00 

180 00 

2 020 00 


$ 11 760 00 

2 880 00 

2 280 00 

180 00 

2 000 00 
1 800 00 


$ 11 760 00 

2 880 00 

2 280 00 

180 00 

2 000 00 
5 8£o 00 


- 


$ 


- 


-£ 000 
$ 50 720 


00 
00 


-£ 000 

$ 52 7£o 


00 
00 


-£ 000 00 




22 500 la 


% 5£ 780 00 




$ 

$ 


um* 

108 01 

517 05 

55 86 


$ 150 

,85 

£00 


00 
00 
00 


$ 
$ 


150 

100 

525 


00 
00 
00 


$ 150 00 

100 00 
525 00 




622 5£ 


$ 655 


00 


575 


00 


$ 575 00 






59 16 

5 225 fe 

£16 80 

5kk02 

5 5£§05 

159 92 

992 50 

11 77 

520 15 

8 855 8£ 


$ 50 
5 000 
£00 
575 
5 000 
175 
927 

550 

$ 10 277 


00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 

00 

00 


$ 
$ 


50 

5 500 

£00 

575 
5 500 

928 

500 


00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 

00 


$ 50 00 
5 500 00 
£00 00 
575 00 
5 500 00 
175 00 
928 00 

500 00 




9 028 00 


$ 9 028 00 




1 485 08 
19 80 
50 28 

$ 1 889 07 

$ 55 867 66 


% 5£5 

2 600 

2£o 


00 
00 
00 


$ 

$ 
% 


505 00 
1 800 00 


$ 575 00 

2 £00 00 




$ 5 185 
$ k£ 817 


00 
00 


2 105 


00 


$ 2 775 00 




££££8 


00 


$ £7 158 00 




$ 72 892 £0 


$ 90 £09 
72 892 


00 

£0 


% 92 110 


00 


$ 96 025 00 
92 110 00 








$165 501 £0 








$188 155 00 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 
BUREAU OF NURSERY SERVICE 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Chief of Bureau 
1111 Assistant Chief of Bureau 
2 2 2 2 Nursery Inspector 
1111 Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
x x x x Supervisor of Plant Work. San Francisco 

Bay Ports (part salary) 
1111 Nursery License Collector 

- Collaborator 

- - - - Supervising Border Quarantine Inspector 

- Seasonal help 

_^ _-_ _;_ JL Allotment for salary adjustments 

6 6 6 6 Totals, Existing Employments 



25 


$ 3 6£o 00 


% 5 8£o 00 


% 3 8£0 00 


$ 5 8£o 00 


10 


2 770 00 
£ 800 00 


5 120 00 


5 120 00 


5 120 00 


11 


5 o£o 00 


5 o£o 00 


5 o£o 00 


10 


1 700 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


?? 


120 00 


£80 00 


£80 00 
1 800 00 


480 00 

1 800 00 


Q 


280 00 


1 770 00 




1 500 00 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


_ 


360 00 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


2 8£5 22 


2 7£o 00 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


- 


- 


- 


705 00 
$ 19 785 00 


1 550 00 




% 18 015 22 


$ 20 290 00 


$ 20 610 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



Page 136 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 
BUREAU OF NURSERY SERVICE 

SALARIES AND WAGES - Continued 
Proposed new positions: 
- - 1 1 Junior Nursery Inspector 
_^ _^ 1 1 Junior Typist-Clerk 

6 6 8 8 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 
Rent 
Field 

Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata departmental administration 
Automobile insurance premiums 
Pro rata general fiscal administratioi 
Pro rata Attorney General's services 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, BUREAU OF NURSERY SERVICE 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



10 $ 


- 


* 


_ 


$ 


1 800 00 


$ 


1 920 00 


2 


- 


$ 


- 


960 

$ 22 545 


00 
00 


$ 


1 020 00 


$ 18 013 22 


20 290 00 


23 550 00 


$ 


263 00 


$ 


200 00 


$ 


I1.00 


00 


$ 


200 00 




1 1J2 28 




1 500 00 




1 200 


00 




1 200 00 




10I1 85 

1 500 13 


$ 


100 00 


$ 


150 
1 750 


00 
00 


$ 


100 00 


$ 


1 800 00 


1 500 00 


$ 


k 285 82 


$ 


50 00 


$ 


150 


00 


$ 


100 00 






6 000 00 




li 500 


00 




k 500 00 




159 ?9 




150 00 




150 


00 




150 00 




771 65 




600 00 




600 00 




600 00 




1 791 65 




1 900 00 




1 800 00 




1 800 00 




50I1 00 




504 00 




366 


00 




360 00 




I467 
77 06 




30 00 




25 


00 




25 00 






175 00 




200 


00 




200 00 




1 000 00 




1 000 00 




1 000 


00 




1 000 00 




30 70 




50 00 




60 


00 




60 00 




172 01 




250 00 




250 


00 




250 00 




750 00 


250 00 
$ 10 959 00 


$ 


250 


00 


$ 


250 00 


$ 


9 705 81i 


9 545 


00 


9 295 00 


$ 


331 05 


$ 


220 00 


$ 


250 


00 


$ 


200 00 




765 29 

1 096 3I1 

30 315 53 


$ 
$ 


1 950 00 


$ 
$ 


865 


00 


$ 
$ 


650 00 


$ 


2 170 00 


1 115 


00 


850 00 


1 


35 219 00 


34 755 


00 


55 195 00 
54 755 00 








30 315 53 














$ 65 534 55 








$ 69 950 00 



1 


1 


1 


] 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


] 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


26 


38 


38 


58 


11 


16 


16 


16 



55 72 72 72 



BUREAU OF SHIPPING POINT INSPECTION SERVICE 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Chief of Bureau 
Assistant Chief of Bureau 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk 
Supervising Account Clerk, Grade 1 
Intermediate Clerk 
Junior Typist-Clerk 
Field Supervisor, Fruit and Vegetable 

Certification 
Supervising Fruit and Vegetable 

Certification Inspector 
Senior Fruit and Vegetable Certificatioi 

Inspector 
Intermediate Fruit and Vegetable 

Certification Inspector 
Seasonal help - office 
Seasonal help - inspection 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 



27 


$ k kOO Ok 


$ k 520 00 


$ k 520 00 


$ k 520 00 


22 


5 600 00 


5 780 00 
5 660 00 


3 780 00 


3 '780 00 


10 


3 157 15 


3 720 00 


3 720 00 


10 


825 16 


960 00 


960 00 


960 00 


6 


1 706 77 


2 67O 00 


2 760 00 


2 760 00 


l! 


k 128 95 


6 55k 00 
2 koo 00 


6 720 00 


6 720 00 


2 280 00 


2 koo 00 


2 koo 00 


5 


1 200 00 


1 520 00 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


2 


80 00 


960 00 


960 00 


960 00 


21 


5 120 00 


5 260 00 


5 260 00 


3 260 00 


18 


5 585 80 


5 960 00 


5 960 00 


5 960 00 


14 


56 291 56 


88 480 00 


90 k60 00 


90 k6o 00 


11 


8 810 00 


50 210 00 


31 680 00 


51 680 00 


_ 


11 6k2 85 
98 581 £9 


12 000 00 


12 000 00 


12 000 00 


- 


5k 000 00 


k5 000 00 


k5 000 00 


- 


- 


- 


6 780 00 
$222 280 00 


13 680 00 




$205 k07 75 


$200 73k 00 


$229 180 00 



AGRICULTURE 



Page 137 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 

BUREAU OF SHIPPING POINT INSPECTION 

SERVICE - Continued 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Light, heat and power 
Rent 
Field 

Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata departmental administration 
Automobile insurance premiums 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Pro rata Attorney General's services 
Fees to United States Government 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Field 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, BUREAU OF SHIPPING POINT INSPECTION 
SERVICE 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 1 51*2 1*5 


$ 1 700 00 


$ 1 700 


00 


$ 1 700 00 


2 931 59 


3 000 00 


5 000 


00 


5 000 00 


1 016 18 


1 200 00 


1 200 


00 


1 200 00 


$ 5 )490 22 


$ 5 900 00 


$ 5 900 


00 


$ 5 900 00 


$ 1 291 86 


$ 1 500 00 


$ 1 500 


00 


$ 1 500 00 


65 1*56 0? 


80 000 00 


82 000 


00 


82 000 00 


5 595 2U 


5 600 00 


5 700 


00 


5 700 00 


2 377 52 


2 200 00 


2 200 


00 


2 200 00 


12 677 26 


17 000 00 


17 000 


00 


17 000 00 


299 1*5 


225 00 


225 


00 


225 00 


100 58 


100 00 


100 


00 


100 00 


k 51(3 1*3 


2* 500 00 


1* 500 


00 


1* 500 00 


59 02 


75 00 


75 


00 


75 00 


1 11*0 5li 


2 000 00 


2 000 


00 


2 000 00 


6 000 00 


6 000 00 


6 000 


00 


6 000 00 


310 16 


500 00 


500 


00 


500 00 


1 838 98 


3 000 00 


ll 000 


00 


1* 000 00 


200 00 


200 00 


200 


00 


200 00 


17 1*98 32 


16 750 00 


19 000 


00 


19 000 00 


$119 388 35 


$139 650 00 


$li*5 000 


00 


$ili5 000 00 


$ 1 9kZ 15 


$ 1 1*50 00 


$ 1 1*95 


00 


$ 1 1*95 00 


12 163 kl 
1*50 65 


11 700 00 


9 100 


00 


8 550 00 


300 00 

$ 13 1*50 00 

$55? 751* 00 
m 822 1*7 


250 


00 


250 00 


$ 11; 536 17 


$ 10 8U.5 
$381* 025 


00 
00 


$ 10 195 00 


$51*1* 822 I4.7 


$590 275 00 
581; 025 00 




$701; 556 l*v 






$77)4 500 00 



WAREHOUSE INSPECTION SERVICE 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Supervisor of Warehouse Inspection 

(part salary) 
Warehouse Inspector (part salary) 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
(part salary) 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Automobile 

Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Pro rata Attorney General's services 

Totals, Servioe and Expense 

TOTALS, WAREHOUSE INSPECTION SERVICE 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 
x Salary divided between two or more function! and position listed under 



?? 


$ 


600 00 


$ 


600 


00 


% 


600 oc 


$ 


600 00 


12 




960 00 




960 


00 




960 


00 




960 


00 


6 


$ 


500 01 
1 860 01 


$ 


300 00 
1 860 00 


$ 


300 00 
1 860 00 


$ 


500 


00 




1 860 00 




$ 


5 37 


$ 


10 


00 


$ 


25 


00 


$ 


25 


00 




$ 


10 81*. 
16 21 


$ 


25 

35 


00 

00 


$ 


25 


00 


$ 


25 


uu 




50 


00 


50 


00 




% 


20 00 


$ 


20 


00 


$ 


20 


00 


$ 


20 


00 






1*85 27 
5l* 09 




300 


00 




300 


00 




500 


ou 








50 


00 




50 


00 




50 


00 






255 25 




150 


00 




150 


00 




150 


00 






tH 




25 


00 




25 


00 




25 


00 








20 


00 




20 


00 




20 00 






1*0 00 




1*0 


00 




1*0 


00 




l;o 


00 




$ 
$ 


865 17 
2 759 39 


$ 
$ 


605 


00 


$ 
$ 


605 

2 515 


00 
00 


% 
$ 


605 


00 




2 500 


00 


2 515 


00 










2 739 39 










2 515 


uu 



% 5 259 59 
function paying largest part. 



$ 5 050 00 



Page 1S8 



AGRICULTURE 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 







EXPENDITURES FOE 


SUPPORT 










NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
HUHBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY - Continued 
FIELD CROPS INSPECTION SERVICE 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
5 5 5 5 Senior Grain Inspector (part salary) 

- 1 1 1 Junior Grain Inspector (part salary) 

- - - - Temporary help 

_^ _- _- _- Allotment for salary adjustments 

5666 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 
Lac-oratory 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automohile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Light, heat and power 
Rent 
Field 
Laboratory 

Compensation insurance premiums 
Automohile insurance premiums 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Pro rata Attorney General's services 
Fees to United States Government 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automohile 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, FIELD CROPS INSPECTION SERVICE 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



15 $ 


5 960 53 


$ 10 210 


00 


$ 12 1)80 00 


$ 12 lj.80 00 


10 


2 31(5 16 




2 920 


00 




2 61)0 


00 




2 61)0 


00 


_ 


1 237 58 




2 000 


00 




1 200 


00 




1 200 


00 


- 




$ 


- 




870 
$ 17 190 


00 

00 


$ 


2 010 


00 


$ 


9 5ll3 07 


15 130 


00 


18 330 


00 


$ 


21 13 


$ 


35 


00 


$ 


50 


00 


$ 


50 


00 




121 1)8 




250 


00 




150 


00 




150 


00 




2]i 01 




55 


00 




50 


00 




50 


00 




ll)0 38 




250 


00 




200 


00 




200 


00 


$ 


307 00 


$ 


570 


00 


$ 


lt-50 


00 


$ 


1)50 


00 


$ 


379 70 


$ 


300 


00 


$ 


300 


00 


$ 


300 


00 




l 550 27 




1 -550 


00 




1 500 


00 




1 500 


JO 




35l(- 87 




350 


00 




fto 


00 




550 


00 




26 89 




50 


00 




50 


00 




50 


00 




781)1)1 




600 00 




600 


00 




600 


00 




39 08 
3k 21 




50 


00 




75 


00 




75 


00 






50 


00 




75 


00 




75 


00 




9DU3 




1 535 


00 




1 750 


00 




1 750 


00 




22 23 










25 


00 




25 


00 




91 50 




200 


00 




200 


00 




200 


00 




25 58 




125 


00 




150 


00 




150 


00 




11 28 




15 


00 




20 


00 




20 


00 




87 03 




150 


00 




■s 


00 




150 

ko 


00 




1)0 00 




J|0 


00 




00 




00 




721; 33 
5 085 81 


$ 


900 

5 715 


00 

00 


$ 


900 


00 


$ 


900 


00 


$ 


S 185 


00 


6 185 


00 


$ 


108 89 
225 3k 


$ 


50 


00 


$ 


100 


00 


$ 


100 


00 






700 


00 




700 


00 




700 


00 




- 




- 






100 


00 




100 


00 




271; 73 
608 96 

15 51^ ail 


$ 


200 
950 


00 
00 




500 


00 




500 


00 


$ 


1 1)00 


00 


1 1)00 
26 365 


00 


$ 


$ 


15 <?kk 


00 


25 225 


00 


00 








aii 










25 225 


00 






$ 37 909 81) 








$ 51 590 


00 



GRAIN WEEVIL INSPECTION SERVICE 



SALARIES AND WAGES 
x x x x Supervisor of Warehouse Inspection 

(part salary) 
x x x x Warehouse Inspector (part salary) 
1111 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

(part salary) 
_z_ _i _z jl Allotment for salary adjustments 

1111 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



22 
12 


$ 


760 00 

1 200 00 


$ 


1 080 00 

1 380 00 


$ 


1 080 00 

1 1)1)0 00 


$ 


1 080 00 
1 1)1)0 00 


6 


$ 


1 019 99 


$ 


1 11)0 00 


$ 


1 11)0 00 
li20 00 

k 080 00 


$ 


1 11)0 00 
81)0 00 




2 979 99 


3 600 00 


1) 500 00 




$ 


2 26 

1)8 11 


$ 


5 00 

50 00 


$ 


5 00 
50 00 


$ 


5 00 
50 00 



50 37 $ 



55 00 $ 



55 00 $ 



55 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



AGRICULTURE 



Page 139 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



UUII 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 

GRAIN WEEVIL INSPECTION SERVICE - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Pro rata Attorney General's services 

Totals, Service and Expense 

TOTALS, GRAIN WEEVIL INSPECTION SERVICE 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



55 72 

5 90 

9 21 

17 22 

20 00 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



5 00 


10 00 


10 00 


26 00 


26 00 


26 00 


28 00 


28 00 


28 00 


20 00 


20 00 


20 00 



$ 10li 05 $ 

$ 5 lji* ia i 



79 oo 



5 75k po 
5 151* ia 



$ 6 868 la 



$ k 219 00 



$ 81; 00 $ 



81; 00 



$ k 639 00 
k 219 00 

$ 8 858 00 



COMMERCIAL FEEDING STUFFS SERVICE 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

1111 Senior Grain Inspector 

x x x x Senior Grain Inspector (part salary) 

1111 Supervisor of Warehouse Inspection 

(part salary) 

2 2 2 2 Warehouse Inspector (part salary) 

1111 Junior Hay Inspector 

2 2 2 2 Senior Seed Inspector (part salary) 

11 2 1 1 Junior Grain Inspector (part salary) 

1111 Supervising Cereal Chemist 

1111 Senior Cereal Chemist 

9 9 9 9 Junior Cereal Chemist 

1111 Janitor (part salary) 

- - - - Senior Rice Analyst 

- - - - Collaborator 

1111 Senior Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 

1111 Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

5 5 3 3 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

1111 Intermediate Typist-Clerk (part salary) 

1111 Intermediate Typist-Clerk 

1111 Junior Typist-Clerk 

1111 Intermediate Account Clerk 

1 - - - Senior Clerk 

- Seasonal help 

_- _-_ _-_ _-_ Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 
Laboratory 
Tax stamps. 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Light, heat and power 
Rent 

Laboratory 

Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata departmental administration 
Automobile insurance premiums 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Pro rata Attorney General's services 

Totals, Service and Expense 



33 30 29 29 



15 


$ 2 k00 00 


$ 2 580 


00 


$ 2 580 


00 


$ 2 580 00 


lb 


1*275 1*1* 


2 600 


00 


600 00 


600 00 


22 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


12 


2 1(60 00 


2 520 


00 


2 520 


00 


2 520 00 


12 


2 koo 00 


2 520 


00 


2 520 


00 


2 520 00 


15 


2 9l|0 00 


5 120 00 


3 120 


00 


3 120 00 


10 


k 227 10 


5 k80 00 


1 200 


00 


1 200 00 


19 


3 120 00 


5 500 


00 


3 300 


00 


3 300 00 


16 


1 935 00 


2 715 


00 


2 760 


00 


2 76O 00 


12 


16 O99 20 


18 560 


00 


18 360 


00 


18 360 00 


5 


8ko 00 


960 


00 


960 


00 


960 00 




51*5 16 


- 




- 




- 


_ 


2 100 00 


2 koo 


00 


2 koo 


00 


2 koo 00 


10 


au.0 00 


900 


00 


900 


00 


900 00 


I 


1 151 56 


1 080 00 


1 080 00 


1 080 00 


5 652 to 


k 200 


00 


1*320 


00 


k 520 00 


5 


1 117 63 


615 


00 


660 00 


660 00 


5 


51a 19 


1 250 


00 


1 520 


00 


1 520 00 


2 
6 


6ia 27 

1 320 00 


960 00 
1 kko 00 


960 00 
1 kko 00 


960 00 
1 kko 00 


10 


532 76 

1 887 18 


- 




- 




- 


- 


5 koo 


00 


2 000 


00 


2 000 00 


- 


- 


- 




2 koo 
$ 57 200 


00 
00 


5 100 00 




$ 56 805 98 


$ 60 180 


00 


$ 59 900 00 




$ 657 21* 


$ 700 


00 


$ 700 


00 


$ 700 00 




1 l*ol* 15 


1 500 


00 


1 000 


00 


1 000 00 




5? }g 

1IM&7 


75 


00 


75 


00 


75 00 




1 500 


00 


1 500 


00 


1 500 00 




-557 71* 
$ 5 227 92 


-50 


00 


- 




- 




$ 3 725 


00 


$ 5 275 


00 


$ 5 275 00 




$ 1l58 62 
6 856 56 


$ 605 


00 


$ 500 


00 


$ 500 00 




6 500 


00 


6 500 


00 


6 500 00 




678 68 
l 967 71 


600 00 


600 


00 


600 00 




2 000 


00 


2 000 


00 


2 000 00 




k 050 21 


3 500 
foo 


00 


3 500 


00 


5 500 00 




509 77 
1 016 16 


00 


500 


00 


500 00 




1 000 


00 


1 200 


00 


1 200 00 




2 656 21; 
2 545 05 


2 586 


00 


2 716 


00 


2 716 00 




500 


00 


500 


00 


500 00 




556 15 


600 00 


600 00 


600 00 




5 600 00 


5 bOO 


00 


3 600 


00 


5 600 00 




71 62 


75 


00 


„75 


00 


75 00 




5511a 

koo 00 


800 


(JO 


800 


00 


800 00 




koo 00 


koo 


00 


koo 00 




$ 25 k58 18 


$ 23 216 00 


$ 23 1*91 


00 


$ 23 k9i 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



Page 140 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 
1939-40 


FISCAL YEAR 




89THI 90Th| 9IST 1 92D 






1940-41 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 

COMMERCIAL FEEDING STUFFS SERVICE - Continued 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals. Equipment 

TOTALS, COMMERCIAL FEEDING STUFFS SERVICE 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 1 322 10 

fco Jk 

209 61 

5 3kh 06 
$ 7 926 51 $ 2 850 00 $ k 555 00 $167500 



550 00 


$ 500 00 


% 200 00 


700 00 


3 000 00 


1 200 00 


100 00 


200 00 


200 00 


1 500 00 


855 00 


75 00 



$ 93 iP-8 59 $ 89 971 00 
95 m 59 

$183 389 59 



521 00 



$ 88 31l1 00 
88 521 00 

$176 862 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1 

5 

1 

5 


1 
3 
1 
3 


1 

5 

1 

5 


1 

3 
1 

3 


2 

5 


2 
5 


2 

5 


2 

3 



20 20 20 20 



DIVISION OF MARKET ENFORCEMENT 
PRODUCE DEALERS SERVICE 

SAURIES AND WAGES 
Chief, Division of Market Enforcement 

(part salary) 
Assistant Chief, Division of Markets 

(part salary) 
Complaint Investigator, Division of Market 

Enforcement (part salary) 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
District Supervisor, Division of Market 

Enforcement (part salary) 
Senior Clerk 
Assistant Chief, Division of Market 

Enforcement (part salary) 
Collaborator 
Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 
Less abatements 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new position: 
- - - Assistant Chief, Division of Markets 
(increased time) 

20 20 20 20 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
■Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 

Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata departmental administration 
Automobile insurance premiums 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Pro rata Attorney General' s services 

Totals, Service and Expense 



27 


$ 


2 000 00 


$ 1 056 00 


$ 2 112 00 


$ 2 112 00 


20 




1 illLO 00 


2 176 00 


2 50I1 00 


2 30I) 00 


12 




5 616 11 


7 826 00 


8 208 00 


8 208 00 


\ 




161 11l 


1)32 00 


102 00 


1)52 00 




3 922 73 


k 260 00 


k 320 00 


1) 520 00 


fa 




177 23 


165 00 


660 00 


660 00 


16 




3 72a 00 


5 571* 00 
3 660 00 


5 796 00 


5 796 00 


y 




5 1+20 00 


3 720 00 


5 720 00 


22 




k 569 93 


5 200 00 


6 0I4.8 00 


6 01)8 00 


- 




1 600 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


- 




309lt7 


1 050 00 


600 00 


600 00 


- 






- 


1 65I) 00 


3 512 00 


- 


-24-35 66 

% 26 521 95 


- 


- 


- 




$ 33 199 00 


$ 37 651* 00 


$ 59 512 00 


20 


$ 


_ 


. 


801). 00 

$ 38 1)58 00 


80l) 00 




26 521 95 


$ 33 199 00 


$ 1)0 316 00 




$ 


573 98 
1 136 4o 


$ 750 00 
1 850 00 


$ 750 00 


$ 750 00 






1 500 00 


1 500 00 




$ 


1 710 38 


$ 2 600 00 


$ 2 250 00 


$ 2 250 00 




$ 


1 669 89 


$ 2 000 00 


$ 1 700 00 
3 600 00 


$ 1 700 00 

5 600 00 






5 517 52 


3 600 00 






5 550 59 


3 600 00 


3 1)00 00 


3 1)00 00 






1 032 1l8 


1 000 00 


1 000 00 


1 000 00 






3 1*56 36 


3 600 00 


3 500 00 


3 500 00 






i2 75 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 






2 189 56 
4l5 


2 I67 00 


2 167 00 


2 I67 00 






100 00 


100 00 


100 00 






3 500 00 


3 500 00 


3 500 00 


3 500 00 






51*87 
295 58 


• 80 00 


80 00 


80 00 






J4.50 00 


1)50 00 


1)50 00 




250 00 
$ 19 331* 53 


250 00 


250 00 
$ 19 762 00 


250 00 




$ 20 362 00 


$ 19 762 00 



AGRICULTURE 
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 141 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



DIVISION OF MARKET ENFORCEMENT 
PRODUCE DEALERS SERVICE - Continued 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, PRODUCE DEALERS SERVICE 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
E1GHTYNINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETYFIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



$ l 206 55 

i kk7 fe 

$ 2 65k 02 
$ 50 220 88 



$ 1 825 00 
875 00 

2 700 00 

$ 58 861 00 
50 220 88 

$109 081 88 



$ 5 055 00 $ 1 805 00 



5 055 00 
$ 65 525 00 



1 805 00 

$ 6k 155 00 
65 525 00 

$129 658 00 



PROCESSORS OF FARM PRODUCTS SERVICE 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
x x x x Chief, Division of Market Enforcement 

(part salary) 
x x x x Assistant Chief, Division of Markets 

(part salary) 
x x x x Complaint Investigator, Division of Market 

Enforcement (part salary) 
x x x x Junior Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
5 5 5 3 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
x x x x Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part salar; 
x x x x District Supervisor, Division of Market 

Enforcement (part salary) 
x x x x Assistant Chief, Division of Market 

Enforcement (part salary) 

- - - - Collaborator 

- - - - Temporary help 

- Allotment for salary adjustments 
_z. _z_ _z_ _z_ Less abatements 

5 5 5 3 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 
Rent 

Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata departmental administration 
Automobile insurance premiums 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Pro rata Attorney General's services 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, PROCESSORS OF FARM PRODUCTS SERVICE 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



27 


$ 


1 000 00 


$ 


528 00 


$ 


1 056 


00 


% 


1 056 00 


20 




720 00 




1 k08 00 




768 


00 




768 00 


12 




2 017 75 

161 lk 




2 5kk 00 

k52 00 

k 260 00 




2 % 


00 
00 




2 592 00 

I152 00 




5 911 89 






k 320 


00 




k 520 00 


6 




177 22 




165 00 




660 00 




660 00 


16 




1 2k7 00 




1 859 00 




1 932 


00 




1 952 00 


22 




1 92k 97 




1 896 00 




2 256 


00 




2 256 00 


- 




500 00 




500 00 




500 


00 




500 00 


- 




20k 92 




50 00 




50 


00 




50 00 


- 




- 




- 




677 


00 




1 k85 00 


- 


-179 20 
$ 11 k85 69 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 




% 


- 




15 kk2 00 


15 ok3 


00 


15 8k9 00 




$ 


33 71 


% 


50 00 


$ 


50 


00 


% 


50 00 




$ 


576 57 

610 28 


% 


600 00 


$ 


200 

250 


00 
00 


% 


200 00 




650 00 


250 00 




$ 


19k 58 


$ 


100 00 


$ 


100 


00 


% 


100 00 






2 551 72 

k5k96 




2 500 00 




1 000 


00 




1 000 00 








500 00 




250 


00 




250 00 






511 08 
k95 81 




kOO 00 




250 


00 




250 00 








600 00 




500 


00 




500 00 






997 25 




1 596 00 




1 596 


00 




1 596 00 






10 08 




50 00 




50 


00 




50 00 






750 00 




750 00 




T>0 


00 




750 00 






9 26 




15 00 




15 


00 




15 00 






116 52 




200 00 




200 


00 




200 00 




$ 


250 00 


$ 


250 00 

6 76I 00 


$ 


250 


00 


% 


250 00 




6 5kl 06 


k76l 


00 


k 761 00 




$ 


771 k3 


$ 


3k5 00 


$ 


100 


00 


% 


100 00 




$ 


1 079 58 
1 851 01 


$ 


650 00 
995 00 


$ 


- 




% 


- 




100 


00 


100 00 




% 20 288 Ok 


$ 21 8k8 00 


$ 20 15k 


00 


% 20 960 00 










20 288 Ok 










20 15k 00 








$ k2 156 Ok 








% kl ilk 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



Page 142 



AGRICULTURE 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



k k k 



16 16 16 16 



DIVISION OF MARKET ENFORCEMENT - Continued 
FLUID MILK AND CREAM STABILIZATION SERVICE 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Chief, Division of Market Enforcement 

(part salary) 
Assistant Chief, Division of Markets 

(part salary) 
Complaint Investigator, Division of 

Market Enforcement (part salary) 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
District Supervisor, Division of Market 

Enforcement 
District Supervisor, Division of Market 

Enforcement (part salary) 
Assistant Chief, Division of Market 

Enforcement (part salary) 
Fluid Milk Investigator 
Fluid Milk Investigator (part salary) 
Calculating Machine Operator (part salary) 
Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustment? 
Less abatements 



Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies. 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 
Rent 

Pro rata departmental administration 
Compensation insurance premiums 
Automobile insurance premiums 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Pro rata Attorney General's services 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, FLUID MILK AND CREAM STABILIZATION 
SERVICE 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



27 


$ 2 000 00 


$ 1 056 


00 


$ 


2 112 


00 


$ 2 112 


00 


20 


1 kko 00 


256 


00 




- 




- 




12 


5 658 2k 


1 102 


00 




_ 




_ 




h 


2 kOO 58 
616 65 


k 320 


00 




k 320 


00 


k 320 


00 


I 


216 


00 




216 


00 


216 


00 


1 950 00 


2 850 


00 




3 000 


00 


3 000 


00 


16 


860 00 


5 160 


00 




5 160 


00 


5 160 


00 


16 


1 21(7 00 


712 


00 




552 


00 


552 


00 


22 


5 129 93 


2 38k 


00 




2 976 

12 960 


00 


2 976 00 


12 


8 522 66 


12 720 


00 




00 


12 960 


00 


12 


1 015 75 


1 O65 


00 




1 080 00 


1 080 00 


5 




600 


00 




600 


00 


600 


00 




99 80 


600 


00 




150 


00 


150 


00 


- 


- 


- 






1 513 


00 


3 m 


00 


- 


-383 92 
$ 28 536 69 


- 




$ 












$ 33 oia 


00 


3k 639 


00 


$ 36 575 


00 




$ 165 1|5 
954 9k 

$ 1 120 39 


$ 150 


00 


$ 


150 


00 


$ 150 


00 




1 200 
$ 1 350 


00 
00 


$ 


1 000 

1 150 


00 
00 


1 000 


00 




$ 1 150 


00 




$ k 958 32 


$ 2 000 


00 


$ 


2 000 


00 


$ 2 000 


00 




5 933 06 
1 1(18 71 


9 000 


00 




6 500 


00 


6 500 


00 




1 000 


00 




1 000 


00 


1 000 


00 




539 52 


600 


00 




600 


00 


600 


00 




3 385 06 


6 010 


00 




6 010 


00 


6 010 


00 




I 965 19 

II 61(183 


1 596 


00 




1 992 


00 


1 992 


00 




k 500 


00 




k 500 


00 


k 500 


00 




78 19 


100 


00 




100 


00 


100 


00 




2k 9k 
326 06 


100 


00 




100 


00 


100 


00 




900 


00 




900 


00 


900 


00 




2 250 00 


k 000 


00 




k 000 


00 


k 000 


00 




$ 25 503 88 


$ 29 806 


00 


$ 27 702 


00 


$ 27 702 


00 




$ 5 kyi-Q 

7 81(8 81 
$ 11 256 05 

$ 66 kl7 01 


$ k kOO 
6 700 


00 


$ 






% 






00 


$ 
$ 


1 300 


00 


2 600 00 




$ 11 100 00 


1 300 


00 


$ 2 600 


00 




$ 75 297 
66 kl7 


00 


6k 791 


00 


$ 68 027 00 






01 








6k 791 


00 






$lkl 7Lk 


01 








$132 818 


00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 143 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



DIVISION OF MARKET ENFORCEMENT - Continued 
PROCESSED FOODSTUFFS MARKETING ACT OF 1957 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
2 2 Complaint Investigator, Division of Market 
Enforcement 
Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 
_^ j^ Less abatements 

2 2 Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 
2 2 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part time) 

ll 1l Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata departmental administration 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, PROCESSED FOODSTUFFS MARKETING ACT 

OF 1957 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



12 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 
FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



% 


-28 50 
955 15 




2 978 00 

1 880 00 


$ 
% 


k 520 00 

1 000 00 

60 00 


i 


k 520 00 

1 000 00 

500 00 


% 


k 858 00 


5 580 00 


5 620 00 




_ 


$ 


_ 


$ 


1 520 00 

6 700 00 


$ 


1 520 00 


% 


955 15 


li 858 00 


6 9I4.O 00 


$ 


2 21; 
4 25 


$ 


5 00 

10 00 


$ 


175 00 
75 00 


$ 


175 00 
75 00 


% 


6 !;9 


$ 


15 00 


$ 


250 00 


t 


250 00 


$ 


11 86 

149 ia 

51 55 
iti 88 
18 57 


$ 
$ 


15 00 

1 500 00 
150 00 

800 00 
25 00 

575 00 
60 00 

2 925 00 




100 00 

1 080 00 

150 00 
50 00 

720 00 
25 00 

1^00 00 

70 00 

2 595 00 


$ 
$ 


100 00 
1 060 00 

150 00 
50 00 

720 00 
25 00 

J+00 00 

70 00 


$ 


256 25 


2 595 00 


$ 


157 59 
1 754 25 

1 871 82 
5 067 71 




- 


$ 


100 00 


$ 


100 00 


■: 


- 


100 00 


10c 00 


9 


i 


7 798 00 

5 O67 71 


9 6te 00 


9 885 00 

9 61;5 00 






$ 10 865 71 






$ 19 550 00 



CALIFORNIA AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS MARKETING 
ACT OF 1957 

SAURIES AND WAGES 

Inspectors, specialists, assistants and 
clerical help 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Automobile 

Pro rata departmental administration 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 

Totals, Service and Expense 

TOTALS, CALIFORNIA AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS 
MARKETING ACT OF 1957 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 679 15 $ 1 500 00 $ 900 00 



900 00 



I ,5742 

i50 20 

154 98 

4 76 


$ 

$ 
$ 


125 00 

1 550 00 

422 00 

665 00 

200 00 

58 00 


$ 

$ 


75 00 
500 00 

200 00 
200 00 
100 00 

25 00 






75 00 
500 00 

200 00 
200 00 
100 00 

25 00 


1 782 I17 


5 000 00 


1 100 00 


1 


100 00 


{ 1 461 60 


4 500 00 
1 461 60 


2 000 00 


$ 


2 
2 


000 00 
000 00 



$ 5 761 60 



li 000 00 



Page 144 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF MARKET ENFORCEMENT - Continued 
CALIFORNIA MARKETING AGREEMENT ACT 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Temporary help 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Traveling 
Postage 

Totals, Service and Expense 
TOTALS, CALIFORNIA MARKETING AGREEMENT ACT 



$ 271+ 19 



I18 7k 
2 00 



50 7k 



32ii 93 



CALIFORNIA MARKETING ACT OF 1937 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Specialists, assistants, inspectors, clerical 
and such other heir* as may be necessary 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Field 

Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata departmental administration 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, CALIFORNIA MARKETING ACT OF 1937 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 


338 83 


* 


11 280 00 


$ 11 280 00 


$ 


11 280 00 


$ 


90 


$ 


200 


00 


$ 


200 00 


$ 


200 00 






$ 


500 
700 


00 
00 


$ 


500 00 
700 00 


$ 


500 00 


$ 


90 


700 00 


$ 


1 50 


$ 


50 


00 


$ 


50 00 


$ 


50 00 




98 40 




k 83O 


00 




k 830 00 
8^.0 00 




li 830 00 

8k) 00 




73 12 




8M) 00 












200 


00 




200 00 




200 00 




59 h5 




2 375 


00 




2 375 00 




2 375 00 








10 


00 




10 00 




10 00 




- 




50 


00 




50 00 




50 00 




- 




75 


00 




75 00 




75 00 




- 




710 


00 




710 00 




710 00 




1 80 




210 


00 




210 00 




210 00 


$ 


23lt 27 


$ 


9 350 


00 


$ 


9 350 00 


$ 


9 350 00 




_ 


$ 


950 


00 


$ 


950 00 


$ 


950 00 




- 


3 500 
$ kk50 
$ 25 780 


00 
00 
00 


3 500 00 
$ k 1(50 00 
$ 25 780 00 


$ 


3 500 00 




- 


li 1;50 00 


:f 


57lt 00 


25 780 00 








571; 


00 








25 780 00 






$ 26 35lt 


00 






$ 51 560 00 



6 7 7 



DIVISION OF MARKETS 
FLUID MILK AND CREAM STABILIZATION 
SERVICE 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Fluid Market Milk Assistant, Division of 

Markets 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk 
Fluid Milk Investigator (part salary) 
Calculating Machine Operator (part salary) 
Senior Account Clerk 
Junior Clerk 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
Intermediate Account Clerk 
Seasonal help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 
Less abatements 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 
Appraisal Engineer 
Traveling Auditor 
Auditor, Grade 1 



22 


$ 3 750 00 


$ 6 780 00 


$ 7 680 ou 


$ 7 680 00 


5 


1 200 00 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


12 


1 015 75 


1 080 00 


1 080 00 


1 080 00 


5 


30 00 


600 00 


600 00 


600 00 


10 


ll90 00 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


960 00 


960 00 


960 00 


t 


103 1$ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


880 00 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


- 


7 027 k7 


8 2|00 00 


k 700 00 


li 785 00 
1 665 00 


- 


- 


- 


765 00 


- 


-2W56 

$ 13 372 31; 


- 


- 


- 




$ 20 020 00 


% 18 1(25 00 


$ 19 lilO 00 


21, 






k 080 00 


li 320 00 


22 

11 


- 


- 


3 600 QO 

3 8I1.0 00 


3 8k) 00 

li 080 00 



AGRICULTURE 



Page 145 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



DIVISION OF MARKETS 
FLUID MILK AND CREAM STABILIZATION 
SERVICE 

SAURIES AND WAGES 

Proposed new positions: - Continued 

- - 2 2 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

- - 2 2 Calculating Machine Operator 
--11 Junior Clerk 

6 7 16 16 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Pro rata departmental administration 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Per diem local boards 
Expenses local boards 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 

Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, FLUID MILK AND CREAM STABILIZATION 
SERVICE 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAH 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1936-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



6 $ 
5 

2 


$ 


$ 2 61(0 00 
2 1(00 00 

960 00 
$ 35 91*5 00 


$ 2 880 00 
2 6k) 00 
1 080 00 


$ 13 372 34 


$ 20 020 00 


$ 38 250 00 


$ 2 010 05 
1 091 05 


$ 2 000 00 

1 500 00 
$ 3 500 00 


$ 
$ 


2 000 00 

1 600 00 

3 600 00 


$ 2 000 00 

1 600 00 


$ 3 101 10 


$ 3 600 00 


$ 16 538 20 

1 1(52 50 

10-3 07 
1 112 58 

m 

5 W, g 

1 1(65 00 
1 535 87 


$ 1(0 000 00 

3 000 00 
500 00 

1 200 00 
700 00 
200 00 

4 500 00 
900 00 

k 200 00 
k 200 00 


$ 


5 765 00 
7 500 00 

850 00 
1 500 00 
1 600 00 

250 00 
4 500 00 

900 00 
7 200 00 
7 200 00 


$ 6 200 00 

8 700 00 
1 000 00 

1 700 00 

2 000 00 

300 00 

4 500 00 

900 00 

9 000 00 

9 000 00 


$ 27 388 54 


$ 59 1(00 00 


$ 37 265 00 


$ 1(3 300 00 


$ 1 21(0 1(5 


$ 1 000 00 

1 700 00 

$ 2 700 00 


$ 3 335 00 
4 050 00 

$ 7 385 00 
$ 81( 195 00 


$ 1 300 00 
650 00 


$ 1 21(0 1(5 


$ 1 950 00 


$ 1(5 102 1(3 


$ 85 620 00 
1(5 102 1(3 


$ 87 100 00 

84 195 00 




$130 722 1(3 






$171 295 00 



PROCESSED FOODSTUFFS MARKETING ACT OF 1937 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Specialists, assistants, inspectors, clerical 
and such other help as may be necessary 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Pro rata departmental administration 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Advisory board expense 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, PROCESSED FOODSTUFFS MARKETING ACT 
OF 1937 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



758 1(3 


$ 


1 700 


00 


$ 


1 700 00 


$ 


1 700 00 


30 99 


$ 


250 


00 


$ 


250 00 


$ 


250 oc 


26 39 




250 


00 




250 00 




250 00 


57 38 


$ 


500 


00 


$ 


500 00 


$ 


500 00 


2 321* 75 


$ 


1 000 


00 


* 


1 000 00 


* 


1 000 00 


573 00 




680 


00 




680 00 




680 00 


93 83 




200 


00 




200 00 




200 00 


32 27 




200 


00 




200 00 




200 00 


49 62 




100 


00 




100 00 




100 00 


42 




- 






10 00 




10 00 






175 


00 




175 00 




175 00 


15 92 




75 


00 




75 00 




. ,75 00 






1(920 


00 




6 600 00 




6 600 00 



3 089 81 
39 51 



$ 7 350 00 $ 9 ol(0 00 $ 9 ol(0 00 



80 00 



80 00 



$ 3 945 13 $ 



9 550 00 
5 945 l? 

13 495 13 



$ 11 320 00 



$ 11 320 00 
11 320 00 

$ 22 61(0 00 



Page 146 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


1 


ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



DIVISION OF MARKETS - Continued 
CALIFORNIA AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS 
MARKETING ACT OF 1957 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Specialists, assistants, inspectors, 
clerical and such other help as may be 
necessary 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Pro rata departmental administration 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, CALIFORNIA AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS 
MARKETING ACT OF 1957 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



2 078 54 $ 5 025 00 $ It 650 00 



127 07 

125 74 



170 00 
165 00 



550 00 
250 00 



4 650 00 



550 00 
250 00 



252 81 


$ 


555 


00 


$ 


600 00 


$ 


600 


00 


295 81 


$ 


li-37 

516 


00 


$ 


605 


00 


$ 


605 


00 


205 57 




00 




kT) 


00 




kn 


00 


256 09 




257 


00 




500 


00 




500 


00 


196 82 




205 


00 




265 


00 




265 


00 


18 50 




55 


00 




110 


00 




no 


00 


215 00 




250 


00 




561 


00 




561 


00 


18 52 


$ 


4o 


00 


$ 


74 
2 390 


00 
00 


$ 


7k 

2 590 


00 


1 181 91 


1 74o 


00 


00 


81 05 




- 




$ 
$ 


80 00 

7 720 00 


$ 
$ 


80 00 


5 591; 09 


$ 


5 100 


00 


7 720 


00 






5 591; 09 










7 720 


00 



$ 8 69I; 09 



$ 15 fto 00 



CALIFORNIA MARKETING ACT OF 1937 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Specialists, assistants, inspectors, clerical 
and such other help as may be necessary 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rent 
Field 

Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata departmental administration 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Advisory board 
Advertising 

Totals, Service and Expenxe 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, CALIFORNIA MARKETING ACT OF 1957 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 70 817 52 $165 020 00 $180 975 00 $180 975 oo 



914 74 
5 678 12 



9 110 00 
14 100 00 



.50 00 $ 8 450 00 
12 60" ' 



12 600 00 



600 00 



$ 4 592 86 $ 25 210 00 $ 21 050 00 $ 21 050 00 



$ 10 505 75 
27 868 41 

2 716 52 

3 590 55 

59 52 
110 88 

1 409 08 

689 74 

281 74 

5 400 00 

5 225 65 



$ 2 



25 945 00 

44 500 00 

' 500 00 

350 00 

85 00 

175 00 

295 00 

15 00 

550 00 

15 550 00 

10 115 00 

38 150 00 

930 000 00 



3 



$ 44 900 00 
55 850 00 

5 770 00 

6 190 00 

1 255 00 
295 00 

4 070 00 

2 100 00 
850 00 

15 550 00 
10 115 00 



44 900 00 
55 850 00 

5 770 00 

6 190 00 

1 255 00 
295 00 

4 070 00 

2 100 00 

850 00 
15 550 00 
10 115 00 



940 000 00 940 000 00 



561 955 76 

$417 613 40 $1 075 210 00 $1 086 925 00 $1 086 925 00 



$ 854 61 



$ 5 420 00 
2 600 00 



$ 720 00 $ 720 00 



$ 854 61 $ 6 020 00 $ 720 00 $ 720 00 



$495 858 19 $1 269 46o 00 
495 858 19 

$1 763 318 19 



289 670 00 $1 289 670 00 
1 289 670 00 

$2 579 540 00 



AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 147 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED E 


(PENDITURES 


ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YE/ R 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



18 19 19 19 



DIVISION OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 
GASOLINE, DISTILLATE AND OIL INSPECTION 
SERVICE 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Senior Petroleum Products Inspector 
Junior Petroleum Products Inspector 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk (part salary) 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
Petroleum Products Chemist 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Chief, Division of Weights and Measures 

(part salary) 
Janitor (part salary) 
Assistant to Chief, Division of Weights 

and Measures (part salary) 
Assistant Chief, Division of Weights 

and Measures (part salary) 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Freight, cartage and express 
Light, heat and power 
Rent 

Laboratory 

Compensation insurance premiums 
Pro rata departmental administration 
Automobile insurance premiums 
Pro rata general fiscal administration 
Pro rata Attorney General's services 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Field 
Laboratory 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, GASOLINE, DISTILLATE AND OIL INSPECTION 
SERVICE 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



16 


$ 10 66o oo 


$ 11 510 00 


$ 11 580 00 


$ 11 580 00 


10 


8 220 00 


8 61)0 00 


8 61)0 00 


8 61)0 00 


5 


- 


516 00 


600 00 


600 00 


6 


2 880 00 


5 120 00 


3 2k0 00 
660 00 


5 240 00 
660 00 


6 


660 00 


660 00 


16 


5 250 00 


5 610 00 


5 700 00 


5 700 00 


It 


1 800 00 


2 086 00 


2 160 00 


2 160 00 


2=) 


1 820 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


5 


I4.8O 00 


51)0 00 


51)0 00 


5l)0 00 


- 


1 1)29 17 


- 


- 


- 


19 


_ 


780 00 


1 560 00 


1 560 00 




158 25 


500 00 


300 00 
1 1)55 00 

$ 38 355 00 


500 00 


- 




- 


5 105 00 
$ 1)0 005 00 




$ 55 557 1(2 


$ 35 1)82 00 




$ 2L.7 59 


$ 275 00 


$ 300 00 


$ 500 00 




1 566 60 


2 000 00 


1 600 00 


1 600 00 




151) 63 


175 00 


175 00 


175 00 




585 79 


500 00 


600 00 


600 00 




$ 2 552 61 


$ 2 950 00 


$ 2 675 00 


$ 2 675 00 




$ 162 86 


$ 200 00 


$ 200 00 


$ 200 00 




2 1)1)5 88 
1)22 1(1) 


2 500 00 
1)00 00 


2 750 00 
1)25 00 


2 750 00 

1)25 00 




1 070 27 

2 586 81) 


1 100 00 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 




2 1)00 00 


2 600 00 


2 600 00 




95 1)0 


80 00 


100 00 


100 00 




79 59 
1 560 80 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 




1 360 00 


1 360 00 


1 560 00 




255 3k 
154 10 


300 00 


500 00 


500 00 




500 00 

2 1)00 00 


250 00 


250 00 




2 1)00 00 


2 1)00 00 


2 1)00 00 




k} 75 

2oE 32 


50 00 


50 00 


50 00 




1)00 00 


1)50 00 


1)50 00 




1)00 00 


1)00 00 


1)00 00 


1)00 00 




$ 11 717 77 


$ 11 990 00 


$ 12 585 00 


$ 12 585 00 




$ 225 86 


$ 500 00 


$ 295 00 


$ 255 00 




- 


1 300 00 


900 00 


5 000 00 




27 26 


50 00 


- 


- 




U)5 67 


350 00 


680 00 


680 00 




$ 596 79 
$ 1)7 781) 59 


$ 2 200 00 


$ 1 875 00 
$ 55 1)90 00 


$ 3 955 00 




$ 52 622 00 
k7 781) 59 


$ 59 200 00 
55 1)90 00 






$100 li06 59 




$iilj. 690 00 



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AGRICULTURE 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FUND 

DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY 
Cattle Protection Service: 

Brand registrations, reinstatement, and renewal fees 

Cattle dealers licenses 

Hide and brand inspections 

Brand books 

Sale of estrays 

Public sales yard licenses 

Slaughterers licenses 

Brand transfers 

Penalties and miscellaneous 

Totals, Cattle Protection Service 

Horse and Sheep Protection Service: 

Brand registration, renewal and transfer fees 
Dealers licenses 
Slaughterers licenses 
Hide and brand inspections 

Totals, Horse and Sheep Protection Service 

Poultry Brand Recording: 

Brand registrations and renewal fees 

Meat Inspection Service: 
Inspections 

Swine Disease Control: 
Sales yard licenses 

ice oream inspection Service: 
Factory licenses 

Butter Grading Service: 
Butter graders licenses 
Cutting and wrapping licenses 

Totals, Butter Grading Service 

Market Milk Inspection Service: 
Producers inspection fees 
Distributors inspection fees 

Totals, Market Milk Inspection Service 

TOTALS, DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 22 970 50 


$ 21)- 


100 


00 


$ 21) 100 00 


$ 21) 100 00 


10 701 oo 


12 


000 


00 


12 000 00 


12 


000 00 


118 077 15 


124 


000 


00 


125 000 00 


125 


000 00 


k 00 


2 


000 


00 


1 000 00 


1 


000 00 


525 59 




600 


00 


600 00 




600 00 


575 00 




600 


00 


600 00 




600 00 


15 775 50 


15 


000 


00 


15 000 00 


15 


000 00 


198 00 




200 


00 


200 00 




200 00 


2 591; 3k 


1 
$180 


500 
000 


00 

00 


1 500 00 

$180 000 00 


1 


500 00 


$169 ljl9 08 


$180 


000 00 


$ 271; 50 


$ 


525 


00 


$ 525 00 


$ 


325 00 


1 257 00 


1 


250 


00 


1 250 00 


1 


250 00 


1)25 00 
21)9 50 




1)25 

650 


00 
00 


1(25 00 
650 00 




1)25 00 
650 00 


$ 2 206 00 


$ 2 


650 


00 


$ 2 650 00 


$ 2 


650 00 


$ 8 50 


$ 


10 


00 


$ 10 00 


$ 


10 00 



$31)2 121 02 



71)2 00 $1)61 505 00 $1)89 880 00 



$ 1)00 00 $ 155 00 $ 155 00 $ 135 00 

$ 21). 695 00 $ 21). 500 00 $ 21) 000 00 $ 25 000 00 



162 00 

9 798 09 



175 00 
9 600 00 



175 00 
9 500 00 



175 00 
9 750 00 



$ 9 960 09 $ 9 775 00 $ 9 675 00 $ 9 925 00 



k 527 31; 
2 3k3 85 



200 00 
300 00 



5 200 00 
5 800 00 



5 200 00 

5 800 00 



$ 6 871 19 $ 9 500 00 $ 11 000 00 $ 11 000 00 

$555 680 88 



$633 312 00 
555 680 88 

$1 188 992 88 



975 00 $718 600 00 
688 975 00 

$1 407 575 00 



DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY. 

Economic Poisons Service: 

Economic poison licenses and penalties 
Economic poison household licenses and penalties 
Economic poison analysis fees 
Supplemental brand fees and penalties 

Totals, Economic Poisons Service 



23 208 00 
1 055 00 

97 00 

1 222 70 



$ 23 500 00 

1 020 00 

100 00 

1 210 00 



$ 23 500 00 

1 020 00 

100 00 

1 210 00 



$ 23 500 00 

1 020 00 

100 00 

1 210 00 



$ 25 582 70 $ 25 830 00 $ 25 830 00 $ 25 830 00 



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AGRICULTURE 










DEPAR'h.ENT OF AGRICULTURE 


- Continued 








REVENUES 












ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL TEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FUND 

DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY - Continued 
Fertilizing Materials Service: 
Fertilizer licenses and penalties 
Fertilizer analysis fees 
Fertilizer tonnage tax and penalties 
Fertilizer salesmens licenses and penalties 
Agricultural mineral licenses ond penalties 
Agricultural mineral tonnage tax and penalties 

Totals, Fertilizing Materials Service 

TOTALS, DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 6 720 00 

10 00 

62 797 75 

6 k2b 00 

5 527 50 

5 k-95 16 

$ 81i 771; 59 


$ 6 6oo 00 

5k 500 00 
6 550 oo 

5 020 00 

5 060 oo 

$ 75 550 oo 

$101 560 00 
110 557 09 

$211 717 09 


$ 6 600 00 

55 kOO 00 
6 500000 
5 010 00 
5 050 00 

$ 76 560 00 

$102 190 00 


$ 6 600 00 

57 500 00 
6 250 00 
5 010 00 

5 OkO 00 
$ 78 200 00 


$110 557 09 


$iok 050 00 

102 190 00 
$206 220 00 



DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 
Bureau of Nursery Service: 
Nursery licenses 
Branch licenses 
Acreage Fees 

Totals, Bureau of Nursery Service 

Bureau of Shipping Point Inspection Service: 
Inspections 

Warehouse Inspection Service: 
Licenses 
Inspections 

Totals, Warehouse Inspection Service 

Field Crops Inspection Service: 
Inspections 

Grain Weevil Inspection Service: 
Registration fees 

Commercial Feeding Stuffs Service: 
Registration fees 
Tonnage tax 

Totals, Commercial Feeding Stuffs Service 

TOTALS, DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 27 450 00 

2 8Lk 00 
955 00 



$ 27 500 00 

2 500 00 
1 000 00 



$ 29 000 00 
5 000 00 
1 000 00 



$ 29 000 00 

5 000 00 

1 000 00 



$ 51 219 00 $ 51 000 00 $ 55 000 00 $ 55 000 00 



$565 851 96 $5k5 000 00 $580 000 00 $580 000 00 



$ k 078 00 $ k 000 00 

80 00 50 00 

$ k 158 00 $ k 050 00 

$ 16 k79 69 $ 22 000 00 



$ k 000 00 $ k 000 00 
50 00 50 00 

$ k 050 00 $ k 050 00 



$ 27 000 00 $ 27 000 00 



$ 5 770 00 $ 5 750 00 $ 5 750 00 $ 5 750 00 



$ 10 28k 00 
71 i5k 05 



$ 10 100 00 
85 900 00 



$ 10 100 00 
80 000 00 



$ 10 100 00 
80 000 00 



$ 81 k?8 05 $ 96 000 00 $ 90 100 00 $ 90 100 00 



$502 916 70 



$501 800 00 
502 916 70 

$1 00k 716 70 



$557 900 00 



$557 900 00 
557 900 00 

$1 075 800 00 



DIVISION OF MARKET ENFORCEMENT 
Produce Dealers Service: 

Dealers licenses and penalties 

Commission merchants licenses and penalties 

Brokers licenses and penalties 

Agents licenses 

Miscellaneous 

Totals, Produce Dealers Service 

Processors of Farm Products: 
Processors licenses 
Restricted processors licenses 
Agents licenses 

Totals, Processors of Farm Products 

TOTALS, DIVISION OF MARKET ENFORCEMENT 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 68 215 00 $ 67 500 00 $ 67 500 00 $ 67 500 00 

5 055 00 5 000 00 5 000 00 5 000 00 

1 510 00 1 500 00 1 500 00 1 500 00 

5 156 00 5 000 00 5 000 00 5 000 00 

25 00 - - - 

$ 75 9ki 00 $ 75 000 00 $ 75 ooo oo $ 75 000 00 



$ 18 925 00 
570 00 
929 00 



$ 18 900 00 
600 00 

800 00 



$ 18 900 00 
600 00 

800 00 



$ 18 900 00 
600 00 

800 00 



$ 20 k2k 00 $ 20 500 00 $ 20 500 00 $2030000 



$ 96 365 00 



$ 95 500 00 
96 565 00 

$191 665 00 



$ 95 500 00 



$ 95 500 00 
95 500 00 

$190 600 00 



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AGRICULTURE 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - Continued 
REVENUES 



FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FUND 

DIVISION OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

Gasoline, Distillate and Oil Inspection Service: 
Motor fuel pump licenses 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-36 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



ESTIMATED 

NINtTY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



ESTIMATED 

NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

194C-41 



$ 63 812 00 $ 



60 000 00 

65 812 00 



$123 812 00 



60 000 00 



$ 60 000 00 
60 000 00 

$120 000 00 



DIVISION OF MARKET ENFORCEMENT AHD DIVISION OF MARKETS 
Fluid Milk and Cream Stabilization Service: 
Distributors licenses 
Producers fees 
Distributors fees 
Penalties 

Totals, Fluid Milk and Cream Stabilization Service 

California Agricultural Products Marketing Act : 
Deposits for preliminary and operating expenses 

and assessments for enforcement of marketing orders 

California Marketing Act: 

Deposits for preliminary and operating expenses 

and assessments for enforcement of marketing orders 

California Processed Foodstuffs Marketing Act: 
Deposits for preliminary expenses and assessments 
for enforcement of marketing orders 

TOTALS, DIVISION OF MARKET ENFORCEMENT AND DIVISION OF MARKETS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 17 839 00 

99 992 76 

62 687 99 

1 000 00 



$ 17 900 00 

100 000 00 

75 000 00 



$ 17 900 00 $ 17 900 00 

100 000 00 110 000 00 
75 000 00 80 000 00 



$181 519 75 $192 900 00 $192 900 00 $207 900 00 



$ 6 ];00 00 $ 10 250 00 $ 10 500 00 $ 10 500 00 



$51(1 70lj. 58 $] 359 500 00 tl 359 500 00 $1 359 500 00 



$ 7 O83 98 $ 22 500 00 $ 22 500 00 $ 22 500 00 



$736 708 31 $1 585 150 00 $1 585 J4.00 00 $1 600 J4.00 00 
736 708 31 1 585 5oo 00 



$2 321 858 31 



$3 185 800 00 



TOTALS, REVENUES 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$2 O65 839 98 $2 976 922 00 
2 065 859 98 

$5 01l2 761 98 



$3 069 765 00 $3 116 230 00 
3 069 765 00 

$6 185 995 00 



STATEMENT OF UNBUDGETED SURPLUS 
Department of Agriculture Fund 



Estimated unbudgeted surplus, July 1, 1939 
Estimated revenue for biennium 19?9-19lll 

Total 



Less proposed expenditures for biennium 1939-19lll: 
Support 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

Total proposed expenditures 

Estimated unbudgeted surplus, June 30, 19l(l 



$5 90k 313 00 
88 503 00 



$500 98I 39 
6 185 99? 00 

$6 686 976 39 



5 992 816 00 
$69k 160 39 



AGRICULTURE 



Page 151 



AGRICULTURAL PRORATE COMMISSION 
SUMMARY 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE ( + 1 




AND ESTIMATED 

1937-1939 BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE 1 — 1 




89TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 92D 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1937-1939 



AGRICULTURAL PRORATE COMMISSION FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support: 
Administration 
Prorate News 

Totals, Support 

Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES • 



$ 66 187 02 
6 ?% 6b 

$ 72 58? 68 

870 56 



$101 508 00 

6 500 00 

$108 008 00 
2 050 00 



+55 520 98 

+105 3k 

+55 k2k 52 
+1 179 kk 



$ 75 k% 2lt $110 058 00 $+56 605 76 



REVENUES 
Fees 



$102 601 1|8 $120 100 00 $+17 k98 52 







EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 










NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




■AUMT 
RANCC 

GROUP 
HUHBU 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 

EIGHTY-NINTH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1937-36 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89Th|90Th| 9ISt| 92D 


1940-41 



7 LU Lit 1U 



RECAPITULATION B7 OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$ 12 021 k6 $ 
2 12k 22 
9 006 75 
5 055 27 



$ 26 207 68 $ 



25 781 00 
5 650 00 

15 kk5 00 
1 500 00 

I4.6 576 00 

26 207 68 



28 615 00 $ 50 068 00 

k 650 00 k 650 00 

19 180 00 19 180 00 

1 1|67 00 200 00 



$ 5k 098 00 
55 910 00 



$ 55 910 00 



$ 72 585 68 



$108 008 00 



The Agricultural Prorate Commission was created by the Legislature in 1955 
to supervise the institution and administration of controlled'marketing pro- 
grams, and agricultural crops affected by seasonal and annual surpluses. The 
purpose of the marketing programs was to equate supplies to existing market 
demands so as to avoid gluts and famines, and afford a measure of relief to 
agricultural producers. 

The commission is composed of experienced representatives of agri- 
cultural producers, dealers, and the consuming public. It is charged with 
the duty of approving marketing programs submitted by the producers of any 
crop, but only'when such programs give adequate protection to the individual 
producers and other factors in the industry involved, and to the consuming 
public. The commission's function with respect to instituted programs is 
supervisory only. 

Programs are submitted to the commission upon the assent of a majority 
of producers, expressed either in writing or by an election. These programs 
are administered by program committees, nominated by the producers concerned 
and function through employed personnel. Proration under the law. is the 
uniform percentage of the producer' s available production which each is 
allowed to market during a specified proration period. 

The commission's cost of supervision and administration is financed by 
a percentage of the fees collected in connection with each marketing program. 



Office at Sacramento 



Page 153 



AGRICULTURE 



AGRICULTURAL PRORATE COMMISSION - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 
ADMINISTRATION 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SAURY 
RANGE 
GROUP 

HUUSER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH|90TH| 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



7 Ik lit 111 



SALARIES AND WAGES 
Secretary 

Marketing Assistant 
Public Relations Officer 
Assistant to the Secretary 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Clerk 

Intermediate Account Clerk 
Calculating Machine Operator 
Intermediate File Clerk 
Graphotype Operator 
Semi-Senior Accountant 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and wages 
Less abatements 

Net Totals, Salaries and wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Grape election 

Totals, naterials and Supplies 
Less abatements 

Net Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Rent 

Pro rata Attorney General's services 
Grape election and petition hearings 

Totals, Service and expense 
Less abatements 

Net Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



Ex 


k koo 00 


$ ]l 800 


00 


$ k 800 


00 


$ k 800 00 


18 


2 228 07 


5 880 00 


5 880 00 


5 880 00 


18 


76 61 


1 500 


00 


1 1(70 


00 


1 1(70 00 


12 


2 llOO 00 


2 Loo 


00 


2 Eoo 

2 61(0 


00 


2 MX) 00. 

2 61(0 00 


b 


• 1 550 61i 


2 bio 


00 


00 


2 
6 


611 61 
120 00 


9b0 

1 hixo 


00 
00 


9b0 
1 1(1(0 


00 
00 


960 00 

1 1(1(0 00 


5 


- 


1 978 

965 


00 


2 1(00 


00 


2 1(00 00 


J 


- 


00 


1 200 


00 


1 200 00 


2 


- 


9b0 


00 


9b0 00 


960 00 


1H 


- 


1 2b0 00 


2 lbO 


00 


2 160 00 


- 


1 159 55 


1 000 


00 


1 200 


00 


1 200 00 


- 


- 


- 




1 105 
$ 28 613 


00 
00 


2 558 00 




$ 12 506 ij.6 


$ 25 781 


00 


$ 30 068 00 




-285 oo 

$ 12 021 1|£ 


- 




- 




- 




$ 25 78I 


00 


$ 28 613 


00 


$ 30 068 00 




$ 2ii7 67 


$ 900 


00 


$ 1 000 


00 


$ 1 000 00 




1 052 111 


1 550 


00 


1 500 


00 


1 500 00 




286 55 
$ 1 586 14 


1 b50 
$ 5 900 


00 
00 


- 




- 




$ 2 500 


00 


$ 2 500 00 




-286 55 
$ 1 299 81 


-1 650 
$ 2 250 


00 
00 


- 




- 




$ 2 500 


00 


$ 2 500 00 




$ 713 6b 


$ 1(80 


00 


$ 780 


00 


$ 780 00 




5 311 70 


9 000 


00 


10 000 


00 


10 000 00 




1 077 07 


1 700 


00 


1 800 


00 


1 800 00 




371 60 
720 00 


1 1(00 00 

720 00 


1 800 00 
I 200 00 


1 800 00 
1 200"00 




- 


- 




2 500 


00 


2 500 00 




1 lbb 99 
$ 9 36I 02 


- 




- 




- 




$ 15 500 


00 


$ 18 080 


00 


$ 18 080 00 




-1 lb6 99 
$ 8 I9I4. 05 


- 




- 




- 




$ 15 500 


00 


$ 18 080 00 


$ 18 080 00 




$ 2 090 72 
$ 25 60b 02 


$ 1 250 


00 


$ 1 1(67 


00 


$ 200 00 




$ 1(2 581 


00 


$ 50 bbO 


00 


$ 50 81(8 00 
50 660 00 






25 bOb 


02 










$ 6b 187 


02 






$101 508 00 



PRORATE NEWS 



MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Postage 

Totals, Service and Expense 



2k5 71 
580 70 



255 92 

576 78 



1(00 00 
1 000 00 



$ 1 100 00 
1 01(5 00 



150 00 
2 000 00 



100 00 
1 000 00 



150 00 

2 000 00 



$ 82l( 1(1 $ 1 1(00 00 $ 2 150 00 $ 2 150 00 



100 00 
1 000 00 



$ 812 70 $ 2 11(5 00 $ 1 100 00 $ 1 100 00 



AGRICULTURE 



Page 153 



AGRICULTURAL PRORATE COMMISSION - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91S7 920 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
BGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1837-36 



ESTIMATED 
NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 
FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



PRORATE NEWS - Continued 



EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, PRORATE NEWS 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUK 



961; 55 



250 00 



$ 2 601 66 $ 



5 795 00 
2 bOl 66 



$ 6 59b 6o 



$ 5 250 00 $ 



5 250 00 
; 250 00 



$ b 500 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE AGRICULTURAL PRORATE COMMISSION FUND 

Commission allowance from fees: 
Apple Zone No. 1 
Asparagus Zone No. 1 
Fig Zone No. 1 
Fig Zone No. 2 
Fig Zone No. 5 
Grape Zone No. 2 
Lemon Zone No. 1 
Lettuce Zone No. 2 
Olive Zone No. 1 
Pear Zone No. 1 
Prune Zone No. 1 
Raisin Zone No. 1 
Sweet Potato Zone No. 2 
Tomato Zone No. 1 
Tomato Zone No. 2 
Reverted to Commission account termination of 

program in Apple Zone No. 1 
Penalty for violation of program 

l'otals, Revenues 



Totals for biennium 



! 1 106 52 


$ 


$ 


$ 


255 27 


250 00 


250 00 


250 00 


2 558 k9 


1 600 00 


1 600 00 


1 bOO 00 




2ii0 00 


- 


- 


- 


50 00 


iLOO 00 


1;00 00 


- 


12 500 00 


12 500 00 


12 500 00 


- 


- 


5 500 00 


5 500 00 


2 669 99 
8 01(B b\ 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


k 000 00 


k 000 00 


1; 000 00 


- 


5 900 00 


k 500 00 


5 500 00 


17 11$ 16 


12 000 00 


12 000 00 


12 000 00 


- 


10 000 00 


10 000 00 


10 000 00 


1 510 29 


1 000 00 


1 000 00 


1 000 00 


7 099 7C 
5 958 51; 


1; 800 00 


ll 800 00 


li 800 00 


2 700 00 


5 000 00 


5 000 00 


585 88 


- 


- 


- 


562 00 


- 


- 


- 


$ 1l7 081 1$ 


$ 55 520 00 
kl 081 1|B 


$ bO 050 00 


$ 60 050 00 






bO 050 00 




$102 601 1$ 




$120 100 00 



STATEMENT OF UNBUDGETED SURPLUS 
agricultural Prorate Commission Fund 



Estimated unbudgeted' surplus, July 1, 1959 
Estimated revenue for biennium 1959-1941 

Total 

Less proposed expenditures for biennium 1959 _ 194li 
Support 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

Total proposed expenditures 

Funds available after provision for expenditures 
Less installments on loan from General Fund 

Estimated unbudgeted surplus, June ?0, 191(1 



$108 008 00 
2 050 00 



$ li; 016 81 
120 100 00 

$151; 116 81 



110 058 00 

$ 21; 058 81 
1; 000 00 

4 20 058 81 



Page 154 



AGRICULTURE 

FARM DEBT ADJUSTMENT COMMISSION 

SUMMARY 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE ( + ) 




AND ESTIMATED 
1937-1939 BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE ( — ) 




89TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 9ZD 


FROM 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 



EXPENDITURES 
Support 



$ 11 983 k9 $ 1 000 00» $-10 983 1(9 







EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 










NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANCE 
CROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




S9TH | 90TH | 91ST j 92D 


1940-41 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



I 1 110 18 

28 93 

h 517 51 

2 058 87 


$ 2 225 00 

50 00 

2 213 00 


$ 225 00 
775 00 


$ 


- 


t 1 ky? ii-9 


$ k 14.88 00 

7 te5 k9 

$ 11 983 k9 


$ 1 000 00 


1 000 00 
1 000 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Temporary help 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 
Automobile 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 



$ 1 110 18 $ 2 225 00 $ 225 00 



28 93 



25 


00 


10 


00 


15 


00 



$ 28 93 $ 50 00 



% 202 38 $ 50 00 
3 56I4. IlI 1 668 00 



750 72 



1(95 00 



$ 2 058 87 



% 1l 517 51 $ 2 213 00 $ 



$ 19 la 

2 019 E6 



600 00 
175 00 



775 00 



It is the duty of the commission to assist in the voluntary adjustment of 
farm obligations and to that end appoint county farm debt adjustment committees in 
each_ county of the State in which there is a sufficient agricultural population to 
justify such appointment; and to provide an agency and means through which farmer 
debtors and creditors may enter into voluntary agreements satisfactorily to adjust 
their obligations. 

The commission shall also, insofar as possible, coordinate the work of, and 
assist county committees in aiding the voluntary adjustment of farm obligations, 
and shall in the performance of its duties, cooperate with all federal agencies 
whose function is related to the work of. farm debt adjustment. 

The California Farm Debt Adjustment Commission disbands at the end of the 
91st fiscal year. 



Budget for .1959-191(1 makes provision for support of this agency until August ll(, 1959, when the present act expires 

Offioe at San Francisco 



EDUCATION 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



Page 155 



The State Department of Education is responsible for the formulation, 
development and interpretation of general State policies with regard to ' 




provement of the administration and efficiency of the public schools. 

Division of Research and Statistics . The major functions of this divi- 
sion include: making the apportionment of state school funds; auditing of 
annual reports of school superintendents and principals; compiling of sta- 
tistical data for biennial budget of the State department, for annual statistics 
of junior colleges and city school districts; preparing comparative statis- 
tics^ selected groups of school districts; making special research and sta- 
tistical studies; preparing record and report forms; and giving advisory 
service to staff members, local school administrators and school districts 
relative to school finance, organization and administration. 

Division of Teacher Training and Certification. This division admin- 
isters the statutory enactments and State doard of Education regulations 
governing the issuance of credentials for public school service; co-ordinates 
in a general way the teacher training programs and activities of approved 
teacher training institutions; prepares statements of policies and standards 
of teacher training for submission to the State Board of Education for con- 
sideration; and makes research studies to determine the qualifications of 
teachers in subject fields and grade levels and in supply and demand of 
teachers . 

Division of Elementary and Rural Education . The function of this divi- 
sion is to stimulate the development of improved procedures in the elementary 
schools with particular reference to: curriculum, instructional methods, 
supervision of urban and rural schools as it relates to instruction; attend- 
ance and child welfare; administration and organization problems; guidance; 
and articulation between the elementary and secondary levels of the Dublic 
school system. * 

Division of Secondary Education . This^ division is concerned with the 
educational needs of pupils enrolled in junior high schools, senior high 
schools, four-year high schools and junior colleges. Its functions include: 
approving the courses of study; formulating and interpreting graduation re- 
quirements; prescribing standards for the establishment of junior colleges; 
assuming leadership in guidance, curriculum building, supervision of teaching 
methods, evaluating of teaching and courses of study; holding regional confer- 
ences; interpreting the educational program to lay groups; and assuming other 
related responsibilities designed to make the program of secondary education 
effective and practical. 

Division of Adult and Continuation Education. The functions of this 
division include: the preparation of special bulletins and reports to aid 
school districts in the successful operation of adult education programs; 
the carrying on of educational surveys to determine the educational needs of 
adults; and the supervision and administration of the State program of adult 
education in accordance with the statutory provisions governing the operation 
and maintenance of local programs of adult education for which State school 
funds are apportioned. To this division is assigned the administration of 
emergency educational programs being conducted under funds furnished by the 
Federal Government. 

Division of Physical and Health Education . The functions of this divi- 
sion include : the development of a State program of health and physical 
education in the elementary schools, junior high 'schools, high schools, 
junior colleges and state colleges; the giving of assistance to school author- 
ities in the formulation of plans and programs for the use of the school plant 
as a community recreation center. The division .includes the Bureau of Physical 
Education for Girls. 

Division of Education for Handicapped Children . This division consists 
of the Bureaus of Education of the Blind, Education of the Deaf, Mental Hygiene, 
Correction of Speech Defects and Vocational Rehabilitation. The activities of 
the division are correlated by a commission consisting of the chiefs of the 
bureaus included. The bureaus of the division co-operate closely with public 
school officials in advising about effective programs of custodial care, treat- 
ment, and education of handicapped children. 

Division of Schoolhouse Planning . The functions of this division include: 
the giving of assistance to school districts in securing, at the least possible 
expense, educationally suitable sites and building facilities; advising school 
officials on location, arrangements, and adequacy of school sites; making ed- 
ucational evaluations of school buildings as a basis for determining the rel- 
ative merits of strengthening present structures or of providing new buildings 
to meet acceptable standards for earthquake resistance; assisting school offi- 
cials in finding solutions to their problems of financing school building pro- 
grams; helping school district authorities prepare applications for Federal 
aid; instructing teachers and administrators in the proper and efficient use 
of school plans and equipment; aiding school districts in formulating economical 
insurance programs; co-ordinating the work of teacher committees working on 
school plant problems and preparing illustrations and sketch plans in connection 
therewith; and working with the State colleges in developing building plans. 



Page 156 



EDUCATION 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - Continued 



Divisi on of Textbooks and Publications . The functions of this division 
are concerned with public school textbooks and departmental publications. The 
functions relating to textbooks include: evaluating of elementary school text- 
books submitted for State adoption; revision of textbooks before publication; 
distributing of State textbooks to elementary school districts; and listing 
of high school textbooks. The functions relating to departmental publications 
include: editing all publications; assisting members in preparation of 
materials; writing of articles; and distributing publications. Regular de- 
partmental publications include: California Schools, the official organ of the 
department issued monthly; State of California Department of Education Bulletin, 
consisting of bulletins on various educational subjects, issued semi-monthly; 
the California Journal of Elementary Education, issued quarterly; Science 
Guide for Elementary Schools, issued ten times a year; California History 
Nugget, issued six times a year; and other publications on miscellaneous 
subjects. 

California Historical Association . This association was established by 
law for the purpose of promoting interest in, and disseminating knowledge 
of, the history of California. It is financed in part by the General Fund 
and in part by fees for membership in the association. 

The association is constituted a part of the Department of Education by 
law, and through this relationship provides those services which particularly 
bear upon the educational aspects of the historical records of the State. 
The association encourages and promotes historical studies and activities, 
organizes sources, and prepares publications which have to do with the rich 
background of Spanish, Mexican and pioneer American history in California. 

Division of Libraries . The California State Library has as its prin- 
cipal function the furnishing of books, other library material, and infor- 
mation to State officials, legislators, State employees, and State institutions. 
It also supplements the other libraries of the State - city, county, school, 
and special - with books and other services not available locally. The State 
Library comprises eleven sections and one branch. It combines the functions 
usually performed in other states by several library agencies. Through its 
law and legislative reference section and its government documents section 
it serves expecially State officials, the Legislative Counsel Bureau, and 
members of the legislature. The California section is in effect a State 
historical library used by research workers in person and by correspondence 
from all over the country. The State Library collection of books for the 
blind is one of the largest in the United States, and blind readers are not 
only furnished with books and periodicals in Moon and Braille but are assisted 
in their use by two home teachers of the blind, one in the northern and one in 
the southern part of the State. To these services have been added the 
circulation of talking. book records and the distribution of talking book 
machines manufactured for the use of the blind and supplied by the U. S. 
Government. Through its reference and circulation sections, as well as by 
organization and field work, the State Library 'performs the usual functions 
of the State Library Commission. The State Library also has a highly rated 
prints collection, part of which is always on display in the Prints Room. 



EDUCATION 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - Continued 

SUMMARY 



Page 157 



GENERAL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support : 

Departmental Administration 
Research and Statistics 
Teacher Training and Certification 
Elementary and Rural Education 
Secondary Education 
Adult and Continuation Education 
Health and Physical Education 
Education for Handicapped Children 
Vocational Education 
Schoolhouse Planning 
Textbooks and Publications 
California Historical Association 
State Library 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 

AND ESTIMATED 

1937-1939 BIEMNIUM 

B9TH AND 90TH 

FISCAL YEARS 



ESTIMATED 

AND PROPOSED 

1939-1941 BIENNIUM 

91ST AND 92D 

FISCAL YEARS 



INCREASE l + l 

OR DECREASE I — 

FROM 

1937-1939 



$138 512 62 
50 607 55 
la 289 20 
1*0 247 15 

15 356 55 
22 188 98 
25 729 76 
15 902 39 
11 558 15 
19 943 07 
15 228 20 
8 853 92 
274 655 44 



$156 1*20 
" 610 00 



56 ::: 00 

48 090 00 

1*4 020 00 

29 870 00 

3k 520 00 
26 630 00 
16 80li 00 

10 670 00 

26 810 00 

16 570 00 

9 81*0 00 

510 850 00 



$+1' 



11 



907 38 
002 67 
+6 800 80 

+3 772 85 

+14 531 U5 

+12 031 02 

+900 24 

+901 61 

-688 15 

+6 866 93 

+1 3kl 80 

+986 08 

+36 216 56 



$680 132 76 $787 70li 00 +$107 571 21* 



REVENUES 
Fees 



$ 87 687 1*2 $ 92 000 00 $ +k 312 58 







EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 










NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




HUM 
UMGE 

GROUP 
KUHBQI 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
E1GHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH|90TH| 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



13H 137 il*o 11*0 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



538 69 
21* 6i*8 85 
31 108 61 
27 71*6 61 

$322 01(2 76 



$270 180 00 

27 610 00 
31 90I* 00 

28 396 00 


$358 
322 


090 00 
042 76 



$680 132 76 



$291 925 00 $301* 1*05 00 

30 010 00 30 160 00 

39 71*5 00 39 805 00 

27 607 00 24 ol*7 00 



$389 287 00 



$398 417 00 
389 287 00 

$787 704 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAG-ES 

Director Ex 

Deputy Director Ex 

Assistant Director 24 

Assistant to Executive Secretary 15 

Administrative Assistant Ex 

Administrative Advisor 22 
Researcher and Technical Advisor, State 

Colleges 23 
Assistant Superintendent of Public 

Instruction 22 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 10 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 6 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part time) b 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk 4 

Intermediate Information Clerk 5 

Junior Clerk 2 

Duplicating Machine Operator 4 

Junior Messenger 1 

Editorial Assistant 15 



5 000 00 

4 500 00 

3 120 00 
3 000 00 

3 250 00 
3 340 00 
3 600 00 

2 740 00 

1 320 00 
780 00 
980 00 

"80 00 

30 00 

705 00 

420 00 



1 i: 



5 000 00 
4 500 00 


$ 5 000 00 
4 500 00 


3 040 00 


4 560 00 


3 120 00 


3 120 00 


3 300 00 


3 300 00 


3 600 00 


3 600 00 


1 280 00 


- 


3 84o 00 


3 840 00 


3 25I* 00 


3 840 00 

2 760 00 

81*0 00 


2 611 00 


840 00 


1 080 00 


1 080 00 


1 560 00 


1 560 00 


1 850 00 
1 080 00 


1 920 00 


1 080 00 


792 00 
2 460 00 


81*0 00 
2 460 00 



5 000 00 
4 500 00 
4 560 00 
3 120 00 
3 300 00 
3 600 00 



3 840 00 

3 840 00 



00 

840 00 
080 00 
560 00 
920 00 

080 00 
840 00 

46o 00 



Office at Sacramento 



Page 158 



EDUCATION 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 

GROUP 
NUUDER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 

EIGHTY-NINTH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




S9TH | 90TH | 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


] 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


25 


26 


26 


26 



SALARIES AND WAGES - Continued 
Departmental Accounting Officer 
Senior Account Clerk 
Bookkeeper, Grade 1 
Intermediate Typist-Clerk 
Assistant Cashier-Clerk 
Bookkeeping Machine Operator 
Senior Shipping Clerk 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
Less charges to special funds for 
accounting services 

Net Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Print jng 

Printing of bulletins 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 
Less estimated bulletin sales 

Net Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 
Telephone and telegraph 



Automobile 

Subscriptions 

Exhibits 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 
Books 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



17 


$ 


3 300 00 


$ 


3 k80 00 


$ 


3 hBO 


00 


$ 3 1l80 


00 


10 




1 568 00 




1 890 

2 0I4.O 


00 




1 920 


00 


1 920 


00 


10 




960 00 




00 




2 OliO 


00 


2 Ofto 


00 


5 




1 320 00 




1 kkO 


00 




1 lAo 


00 


1 1(1(0 


00 


6 




1 320 00 




1 1(1(0 


00 




1 lAo 


00 


1 1(1(0 


00 


6 




1 082 15 




1 500 


00 




1 560 


00 


1 560 


00 


9 




1 800 00 




1 920 


00 




1 920 


00 


1 920 


00 






83li62t 




900 


00 




900 


00 


900 00 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 




2 520 

$ 61 520 


00 
00 


5 ol(0 
$ 61( 0)4.0 


00 




1(7 7l(9 79 


57 817 


00 


00 




-7 200 00 

$ Ilo 51(9 79 


-8 1(00 00 
$ 1l9 1(17 00 


-8 lj.00 
$ 53 120 


00 

00 


-8 liOO 


00 




$ 55 61i0 


00 




$ 


1 009 01 


$ 


1 300 


00 


$ 


1 300 


00 


$ 1 350 


00 






I4.51 00 




500 


00 




500 


00 


500 


00 






1 502 18 




6 500 

1 1(00 


00 




7 000 


00 


7 500 


00 






2 608 30 




00 




1 lj.00 


00 


1 500 


00 




$ 


5 570 1+.9 


$ 


9 700 


00 


$ 


10 200 


00 


$ 10 850 00 




$ 


- 


t 


-1 000 
8 700 


00 
00 


$ 


-1 000 
9 200 


00 
00 


-1 000 

$ 9 850 


00 




5 570 1(9 


00 




$ 


780 30 


$ 


672 


00 


$ 


700 
6 800 


00 


$ 700 
6 800 


00 






6 176 30 

2 282 35 

922 hi 




6 800 


00 




00 


00 








2 liOO 


00 




2 lj.00 


00 


2 1(00 


00 








900 


00 




950 


00 


950 


00 






950 91 




850 


00 




950 


00 


950 00 






85 00 

23l57 




100 


00 




100 


00 


100 


00 








250 


00 




300 


00 


300 


00 




$ n I151 6I1 


$ 11 972 


00 


$ 


12 200 


00 


$ 12 200 


00 




$ 


5 535 97 


$ 


, 551 


00 


$ 


755 

1 600 


00 


$ 575 


00 






- 




k 317 


00 




00 


800 


00 




$ 


237 73 
5 773 70 


$ 


250 
5 098 


00 
00 


$ 


250 

2 585 


00 

00 


250 


00 




$ 1 625 


00 




$ 65 325 62 


$ 


75 187 
63 325 


00 


$ 77 105 


00 


$ 79 515 


00 










62 








77 105 


00 








$138 512 62 








$156 1(20 


00 



RESEARCH AND STATISTICS 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


3 


3 


3 



9 9 9 9 



SALARIES AND WAGES 
Chief of Division 
Assistant Chief 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Senior Account Clerk 
Intermediate Account Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Calculating Machine Operator 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 



211 


$ k 800 00 


$ 5 0I4.0 00 


$ 5 olio 00 


$ 5 olio 00 


19 


3 2lt0 00 


3 197 00 


3 120 00 


3 120 00 


10 


1 700 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


10 


1 800 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 

1 hko 00 


1 920 00 
1 kho 00 


6 


66 00 


1 350 00 


6 


1(35 00 
3 600 00 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


5 


3 960 00 


3 960 00 


3 960 00 




6ljli 85 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


81lo 00 


1 860 00 



$ 16 283 85 i 18 587 00 $ 19 IlIlo 00 $ 20 I4.60 00 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EDUCATION 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 159 





(ALABt 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




•BMP 
HUHBU 


EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 






1937-38 


I93S-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



RESEARCH AND STATISTICS - Continued 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Subscriptions 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

Books 

Totals, Equipment 
TOTALS, RESEARCH AND STATISTICS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



i 


25? ait 

5 92lt 90 


$ 
$ 


200 00 
6 000 00 

50 00 
6 250 00 


J 

* 


200 00 
6 000 00 

50 00 
6 250 00 


$ 


200 00 

6 000 00 
50 00 


$ 


6 181) 7I1 


6 250 00 


$ 


162 20 
658 12 

5E0 03 

616 02 
26 95 


$ 


175 00 

1)00 00 
1)00 00 

500 00 

30 00 


$ 


200 00 

I4.00 00 

Eoo 00 

500 00 

30 00 


t 


200 00 

1)00 00 

Eoo 00 

500 00 

30 00 


$ 


1 783 32 


$ 


1 505 00 


$ 


1 530 00 


$ 


1 530 00 



8 1)2 



$ 21) 260 33 



5 00 



8 1)2 $ 



$ 26 3k7 00 
21). 260 55 

$ 50 607 35 



890 00 

10 00 



21)0 00 
10 00 



5 00 $ 900 00 $ 250 00 



$ 28 120 00 



$ 28 1;90 00 
28 120 00 

$ 56 610 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


li 


li 


h 


h 


i> 


5 


i 


3 



9 9 9 



_1 _1 
10 10 



TEACHER TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Chief of Division 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Senior Clerk 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new position: 
Junior Typist -Clerk 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 

TOTALS, TEACHER TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION 



TOTALS FOR BIEMIUM 



211 

10 

I 


$ k 013 55 

1 800 00 
7 560 00 

2 089 00 
755 1)5 


$ 1) 520 00 
1 920 00 
8 01)0 00 
5 1)20 00 

500 00 


$ 1) 520 00 
1 920 00 

8 01)0 00 
5 1)20 00 

500 00 

1 020 00 
$ 19 020 00 

960 00 
$ 19 980 00 

$ 500 00 
1 500 00 

$ 1 600 00 

$ 50 00 
500 00 
250 00 

1 000 00 


$ 

$ 

$ 
$ 
$ 


1) 320 00 

1 920 00 

8 01)0 00 

3 1)20 00 

300 00 

1 680 00 


1 


$ 16 197 76 


$ 18 000 00 


19 680 00 

1 020 00 




$ 16 197 76 

$ 279 78 
1 175 08 


$ 18 000 00 

$ 275 00 

1 200 00 

$ 1 1;75 00 

$ 50 00 
500 00 
250 00 

1 000 00 


20 700 00 

300 00 

1 300 00 




$ 1 1)52 86 

$ k6 85 
580 52 
206 70 
957 51 


1 600 00 

50 00 
500 00 
250 00 

1 000 00 



$ 1 791 58 $ 1 800 00 $ 1 800 00 $ 1 800 00 



$ 572 00 $ 560 00 $ 250 00 



$ 19 1)1)2 20 $ 



21 81)7 00 
19 W- 20 



$ la 289 20 



$ 25 71)0 00 $ 



21) 55O 00 
25 7U0 00 



$ 1)8 090 00 



Page 160 



EDUCATION 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SAURY 
RANGE 
CROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 



ELEMENTARY AND RURAL EDUCATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Chief of Division 
Assistant Chief 
Chief, Bureau of Migratory Education and 

Attendance 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Senior Typist-Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Typist-Clerk 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 
Telephone and telegraph 



Subscriptions 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Books 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, ELEMENTARY AMD RURAL EDUCATION 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



25 


$ 


k 800 00 


$ 


1+ 800 00 


$ 


1+ 800 


00 


$ 


1+ 800 


00 


19 




3 6oo oo 




5 alio 


00 




5 Bij-0 


00 




5 Bii.0 


00 


19 




3 2l+0 00 




5 1+80 


00 




3 U80 


00 




3 1+80 


00 


6 




l 571 l+o 




1 350 


00 




i£g 


00 




1 1+ko 

1 680 


00 


I 




995 oo 




1 680 


00 




00 




00 




661 59 




1 080 


00 




1 080 


00 




1 080 00 


2 




591 2k 




1 005 


00 




1 020 


00 




1 020 


00 


- 


$ 




$ 


- 




¥ 


1+50 
17 790 


00 
00 


990 

$ 18 550 


00 




15 1+59 25 


17 255 


00 


00 




$ 


297 26 


$ 


225 


00 


$ 


250 


00 


$ 


250 00 






775 1+5 




550 


00 




550 


00 




550 


00 




$ 


- 


$ 


250 
1 025 


00 
00 


$ 


250 


00 


$ 


250 
1 050 


00 




l 072 71 


1 050 


00 


00 




$ 


71+ 17 
2 05U 56 


$ 


75 


00 


$ 


75 


00 


$ 


75 


00 








1 800 


00 




2 000 


00 




2 000 


00 






172 68 
56I4- 51 




200 


00 




200 


00 




200 


00 








575 


00 




375 


00 




575 


00 






1+5 58 




50 


00 




50 00 




50 


00 



$ 2 689 50 



91 



8 91 



$ 19 250 15 



2 500 00 $ 2 700 00 $ 2 700 00 



$ 


21+7 

10 


00 

00 


$ 


257 


00 


$ 21 017 00 
19 250 15 



210 00 
10 00 



170 00 

10 00 



220 00 $ 180 00 



$ 21 760 00 $ 



$ I4-O 2ll7 15 



22 260 00 
21 760 00 

1+1+ 020 00 



SECONDARY EDUCATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Chief of Division 
1111 Secretary-Stenographer 
1 1 1 Research Assistant 
1 1 1 Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
__2 _i _^_ _z_ Allotment for salary adjustments 

2 1+1+1+ Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 

Office 

Traveling 
, Telephone and telegraph 
\ Postage 

Subscriptions 

Totals, Service and Expense 



25 


$ 


800 00 


$ 


1+ 000 


00 


$ 


1+ 800 


00 


$ 


1+ 800 


00 


11 




1 920 00 




1 700 00 




2 01+0 


00 




2 01+0 


00 


20 




- 




2 755 


00 




5 500 


00 




5 500 


00 


2 




- 




900 


00 




1 080 00 




1 080 00 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 




$ 


315 


00 


$ 


755 

11 955 


00 




2 720 00 


9 555 


00 


ll 535 


00 


00 




$ 


92 85 


$ 


150 


00 


$ 


125 


00 


$ 


125 


00 






387 26 




1+00 


00 




1+00 


00 




1+00 


00 




$ 


- 


$ 


100 

650 


00 
00 


$ 


250 
775 


00 
00 


$ 


250 
775 


00 




1+80 09 


00 




$ 


18 12 


$ 


l+o 


00 


$ 


50 


00 


$ 


50 


00 






577 56 




1 200 


00 




2 000 


00 




2 000 


00 






45 07 




75 


00 




75 


00 




75 


00 






l ^l ? 6 




175 


00 




175 


00 




175 


00 






18 1+5 




50 00 




50 


00 




50 


00 



$ 588 1+6 $ 1 520 00 $ 2 550 00 $ 2 550 00 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



EDUCATION 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 161 



SECONDARY EDUCATION - Continued 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Books 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, SECONDARY EDUCATION 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 





1ALA1I 
■AMI 

■ UB1W 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 

EIGHTY -NINTH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1937-3 6 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY.FI RST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 




_ 


% 

25 00 

$ I" . 


$ 80 00 

25 00 
$ 105 oo 
$ Hi 765 00 


$ 

25 00 




_ 


$ 25 00 




t 5 788 55 


$ li 550 oo 

3 788 55 

$ 15 338 55 


% 15 105 00 

ill 765 00 

$ 29 670 00 



ADULT AND CONTINUATION EDUCATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Chief of Division (part time) 
1111 Chief, Bureau of Parent Education 
1111 Senior Stenographer-Clerk (part time) 
JU — — Ji. Allotment for salary adjustments 

3 3 3 3 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 
Telephone and telegraph 



Subscriptions 

Supervision of workers' schools 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Books 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, ADULT AND CONTINUATION EDUCATION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM- 



2k $ 

21 

10 


3 600 00 
k 200 00 
1 kkO 00 




3 78O 00 

k 200 00 

1 530 00 




3 780 00 

k 200 00 

1 530 00 
90 00 

9 600 00 


$ 
$ 


3 780 00 

It 200 00 

1 530 00 

180 00 


$ 


9 2k0 00 


9 510 00 


9 690 00 


$ 


105 26 
317 Oil 




100 00 
200 00 

50 00 
350 00 




100 00 
200 00 

50 00 
350 00 


$ 


100 00 
200 00 

50 00 


$ 


il22 30 


350 00 


$ 


155 07 
507 20 
260 kk 

1 kOO 51 


% 


165 00 
600 00 
250 00 
500 00 
15 00 




175 00 

1 300 00 

250 00 

500 00 

15 00 

5 000 00 

7 2I1O 00 


$ 
$ 


175 00 

1 300 00 

250 00 

500 00 

15 00 

5 000 00 


$ 


1 530 00 


7 2l;0 00 


$ 


617 


t 


30 00 


$ 


15 00 

10 00 


$ 


15 00 

10 00 


$ 


617 

11 068 98 


i 


50 00 




25 00 


t 


25 00 


$ 


11 k20 00 

11 068 98 


17 215 00 


17 305 00 
17 215 00 






$ 22 lt88 98 






$ % 520 00 



3 3 3 3 



HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Chief of Division 

Chief, Bureau of Physical Education for Girls 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



2)1 
19 
10 


% li 500 00 
3 600 00 
1 920 00 
1 350 00 


% k 800 00 
3 8I4.0 00 
2 olio 00 


$ li 800 00 
3 8I10 00 
2 0U0 00 

360 00 

% 11 OkO 00 

$ 60 00 

llOO 00 

50 00 


$ k 800 00 
3 8k0 00 
2 OlJO 00 

k80 00 




$ 11 370 00 

$ 36 95 
113 93 


% 10 680 00 

$ 60 00 

300 00 

50 00 


$ 11 160 00 

$ 60 00 

kOO 00 

50 00 



$ 150 88 $ klO 00 



510 00 $ 510 00 



Page 162 



EDUCATION 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
CROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY -SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89THJ90THI 9IST 1 92D 


1940-41 



HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Subscriptions 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Books 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



? 2 


90 


1 54.7 51 


120 


16 


149 


1(1 


18 


y, 



$ 1 668 55 



5 55 



5 55 



$ 1J 194 76 



ko 00 


$ ko 00 


$ 50 00 


1 100 00 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


125 oo 


125 00 


125 00 


150 00 


150 00 


150 00 


25 00 


25 00 


25 00 



l 440 oo $ 1 640 00 $ 1 650 00 



5 00 



$ 12 555 00 

15 19k 76 
$ 25 729 76 



80 00 
20 00 



5 00 $ 



100 00 

15 290 00 



20 00 



20 00 



$ 15 5ko 00 
15 290 00 

$ 26 650 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 



EDUCATION FOR HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Chief, Bureau of correction of Speech Defects 

(part time) 
Chief, Bureau of Education of the Deaf 

(part time) 
Field Assistant 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part time) 
Allotment for salary adjustments 



k 4 4 4 



Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Subscriptions 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Books 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, EDUCATION FOR HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



19 $ 2 250 00 $ 2 250 00 $ 2 250 00 $ 2 250 00 



19 


6oo oo 


6oo oo 


600 00 


600 00 


18 


l 500 oo 


l 560 00 


1 560 00 


1 560 00 


10 


l 700 oo 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


6 


750 oo 


8ko 00 


8k0 00 


8k0 00 
480 00 


- 


- 


- 


270 00 



6 800 00 



71 61 
116 11 



7 050 00 $ 7 520 00 $ 7 550 00 



75 00 
100 00 



75 00 
100 00 



75 00 
100 00 



187 72 $ 175 00 $ 175 00 $ 175 00 



26 ko $ 


25 00 $ 


55 00 $ 


35 00 


548 00 


500 00 


500 00 


500 00 


78 56 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


153 91 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


5 00 


- 


5 00 


5 00 



67 $ 725 00 $ 740 00 $ 740 00 



$ 7 777 39 $ 



i 

175 00 


$ 50 00 
12 00 


$ 50 00 

12 00 


: 175 00 


$ 62 00 
$ 8 297 00 


$ 62 00 


i 8 125 00 
7 777 59 


$ 8 507 00 
8 297 00 


} 15 902 59 




$ 16 80k 00 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 920 



EDUCATION 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 163 



VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Chief, Bureau of Business Education 
Chief, Bureau of Agricultural Education 

(part time) 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
Less charges billed to Vocational 
Education Fund 

Net Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials, and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Subscriptions 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Books 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTYNINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR " 

1940-41 



21 $ 


4 200 00 


J 


4 200 00 


$ 


4 200 


00 


t 


4 200 00 


20 
6 


300 oo 
l 309 00 


$ 


1 320 00 


1 


1 320 
120 

5 640 


00 

00 

00 


% 


1 320 00 

2k0 00 


$ 


5 809 00 


5 520 00 


5 760 00 




-1 8I4.0 00 




-1 8ii0 00 




-1 840 


00 




- ■: c: 


$ 


3 969 00 


$ 


3 680 00 


$ 


3 800 00 


% 


3 920 00 


$ 


313 18 
31414 




200 00 
300 00 

50 00 

550 00 


$ 

$ 


200 
250 

y- 

500 


00 
00 
00 

00 


% 
% 


200 00 

250 00 

50 00 


$ 


627 32 


500 00 


$ 


195 62 

23 05 
86 61 
55 72 


$ 


150 00 
400 00 

50 00 
100 00 

67 00 


$ 


175 
400 

50 
100 

75 


00 
00 
00 
00 
oc 


% 


175 00 
400 00 

50 00 
100 00 

75 00 


$ 


685 54 


$ 


767 00 


% 


800 


00 


% 


800 00 


$ 


65 29 


$ 


979 00 
35 00 


$ 


140 
50 


00 
00 


% 


110 00 

50 00 


$ 


65 29 

5 347 15 


$ 
$ 


1 014 00 

6 oil 00 
5 347 15 


% 
% 


190 


00 


% 
% 


160 00 


$ 


5 290 


00 


5 380 00 

5 290 00 






$ 11 358 15 








% 


10 670 00 



SCHOOLHOUSE PLANNING 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Chief of Division 
1111 School Architect 
1111 Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

- - - - Allotment for salary adjustments 

3 3 3 3 Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new position: 

- - 1 1 Junior Architectural Designer 

3 3 \ \ Totals, Salaries and Wages 

Less service charges billed to Public 
Building Reconstruction Fund 

Net Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 

Office 

Print ing 

Automobile 

Ozalids 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



24 

19 

10 


$ 4 200 00 
3 070 00 
1 700 00 


% 4 320 00 
3 300 00 
1 800 00 


% 


4 320 00 

3 300 00 

1 800 00 

540 00 

9 960 00 


$ 4 320 00 
3 300 00 
1 800 00 
1 080 00 




$ 8 970 00 


$ 9 420 00 


$ 10 500 00 



12 



3 970 00 $ 9 420 00 
-600 00 -600 00 



2 040 00 

$ 12 000 00 

-600 00 



2 040 00 
$ 12 540 00 

-600 00 



$ 8 370 00 $ 8 820 00 % 11 400 00 $ 11 940 00 



91 32 
45792 

108 01 



200 00 

300 00 

200 00 
100 00 



$ 657 25 $ 



800 00 



$ 200 00 
150 00 
200 00 
150 00 



700 00 $ 700 00 



200 00 
150 00 
200 00 
150 00 



Page 164 



EDUCATION 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 

GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




. FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89Th! 90Th| 91ST 1 92D 


1940-41 



SCHOOLHOUSE PLANNING- - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Subscriptions 

Totals, Service and Expense 
Less service charges 

Net Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Books 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, SCHOOLHOUSE PLANNING 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIOTI 



k5 86 


$ 50 00 


$ 50 00 


I 50 00 


1 505 9li 


1 1;00 00 


1 600 00 


1 600 00 


105 87 
UA95 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


150 00 


150 00 


150 00 


10 50 


20 00 


20 00 


20 00 



1 809 12 
-1 255 ?0 



1 720 00 

-1 000 00 



$ 9 605 07 



$ 10 5I4.0 00 

9 605 07 

$ 19 9li5 07 



1 920 00 
-1 000 00 



$ 575 82 $ 720 00 $ 920 00 



150 00 
25 00 



$ 155 00 $_ 

$ 15 175 00 $ 



1 920 00 
-1 000 00 

920 00 



50 00 
25 00 

75 00 

15 655 00 

15 175 00 



$ 26 810 00 



TEXTBOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Chief of Division 
1111 Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
1 - - - Intermediate Typist -Clerk 
_2 _2_ _2_ Allotment for salary adjustments 

5 2 2 2 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Subscriptions 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Books 

Totals, Equipment - 

TOTALS, TEXTBOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



a, 

10 

9 



h 015 55 

819 55 
585 00 



1; 520 00 
1 800 00 



k 520 00 
1 800 00 

560 00 



$ k 520 00 
1 800 00 

720 00 



* 


5 1l17 88 


$ 


6 120 00 


$ 


6 it-80 00 


$ 


6 8I1O 00 


$ 


157 11 
1 057 91 




150 00 

700 00 

50 00 

900 00 




150 00 

700 00 

50 00 

900 00 


$ 


150 00 

700 00 
50 00 


t 


1 215 02 


900 00 


$ 


58 26 

517 ?£ 
J 7 ^ 

2l80 22 

55 01 

908 79 




ko 00 

50 00 

500 00 

I4.0 00 

650 00 


$ 

$ 


50 00 

60 00 

500 00 

]|0 00 

650 00 




50 00 

60 00 

500 00 

liO 00 


$ 


650 00 


$ 


21 51 

21 51 

7 5&5 20 


$ 
$ 


15 00 
15 00 


$ 

$ 

$ 


50 00 
25 00 

75 00 


$ 
$ 


50 00 
25 00 


$ 


75 00 


3 


7 665 00 

7 565 20 


8 105 00 


$ 


8 lt65 00 
8 105 00 



$ 15 228 20 



$ 16 570 00 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EDUCATION 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 165 



CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Director (part time) 
1111 Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
_-^ _2 _2 _2 Allotment for salary adjustments 

2 2 2 2 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Totals, Service and Expense 

TOTALS, CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 







EXPENDITURES 






PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


>■ "1 




ACTUAL 




-ST1 MATED 




NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 


mil id 


EIGHTYNINTH 

FISCAL YEAR 

I9S7-S8 


NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAF 

1939-39 




FISCAL YEAR 
1939-40 


FISCAL YEAR 
1940-41 


22 

10 


$ 


1 800 00 

1 920 00 


$ 

$ 


1 920 00 

2 oko 00 


$ 
$ 


1 920 00 

2 oko 00 

2k0 00 

k 200 00 


$ 

$ 


1 920 00 

2 OkO 00 

.. 01 c 




5 720 00 


5 960 


00 


k kkO 00 




$ 


22k 50 
12 52 

256 62 


$ 
$ 


275 
25 

500 


00 

00 

00 


$ 

$ 


275 00 
25 00 

300 00 


$ 

$ 


275 00 
25 00 




300 00 




$ 

$ 
$ 


20k 97 
55 11 

27 22 

50 00 

557 50 

k 295 92 


$ 

$ 
$ 


150 
50 

25 

75 
300 


00 
00 

00 

00 

00 


$ 

$ 
$ 


150 00 
50 00 
25 00 
75 00 

300 00 


$ 

$ 
$ 


150 00 
50 00 
25 00 
75 00 




300 00 




k 560 00 
k 293 92 


k 800 00 


5 oko 00 
k 800 00 








$ 


8 853 92 






. $ 


9 8ko 00 











STATE LIBRARY 










ADMINISTRATION 










SAURIES AND WAGES 


1 


1 


1 


1 


State Librarian 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Assistant State Librarian 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Field Representative 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Senior Stenographer-Clerk 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Editorial Librarian 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Junior Messenger 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Temporary help 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Allotment for salary adjustments 



6 6 6 6 Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new position: 
1 1 Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

6 6 7 7 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 
Automobile 
Catalog cards 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 
Automobile 

Totals, Service and Expense 



Ex 


$ 


5 000 00 


$ 


5 000 

k 520 


00 


$ 


5 000 

k 520 


00 


$ 


5 000 

k 520 


00 


22 




3 900 00 
2 £75 00 




00 




00 




00 


Ex 






2 700 


00 




2 700 


00 




2 700 


00 


10 




1 920 00 




2 oko 


00 




2 oko 


00 




2 oko 


00 


11 




1 912 00 




2 oko 00 




2 oko 00 




2 oko 00 


1 




76k 78 




8ko 00 




8k0 


00 




8ko 


00 


- 




90 59 




100 


00 




200 


00 




200 


00 


- 


$ 




$ 


- 




705 

$ 17 8k5 


00 
00 


lk25 

$ 18 565 


00 




16 062 37 


17 OkO 


00 


00 


h 


$ 


_ 


$ 


_ 




1 080 00 
$ 18 925 00 


1 lko 

$ 19 705 


00 




16 062 37 


17 OkO 


00 


00 




$ 


l 557 3k 


$ 


1 200 


00 


$ 


2 500 


00 


$ 


2 000 


00 






2 797 11 




2 600 00 




2 600 00 




2 600 00 






205 05 




125 


00 




300 


00 




500 


00 






903 67 




600 00 




800 


00 




800 


00 




$ 


5 263 17 


$ 


k 525 


00 


$ 


6 200 00 


$ 


5 700 


00 




$ 


260 kO 


$ 


300 


00 


$ 


300 


00 


$ 


350 


00 






917 5£ 




850 


00 




1 000 


00 




1 000 


00 






806 72 




775 


00 




825 


00 




825 


00 






2 858 15 




2 875 


00 




3 000 


00 




3 000 


00 






78 61 




50 


00 




100 


00 




100 


00 



$ k 921 k2 $ k 850 00 $ 5 225 00 $ 5 275 00 



Page 166 



EDUCATION 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - Continued 
EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 


EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



STATE LIBRARY 
ADMINISTRATION - Continued 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 



$ 1 727 77 $ 



50 00 



$172777 



50 00 



$ 27 ?Ik 75 $ 26 1l65 00 



i 980 00 

1 000 00 


$ lj-75 00 


; 1 980 00 


$ I175 00 


I 32 330 00 


$ 31 155 00 



OPERATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

2 2 2 2 Supervising Librarian 

i4_l4.i4.l4. Supervising Librarian 

1111 Supervising Sutro Branch Librarian 

1111 Prints Section Librarian 

1111 Newspaper Index Librarian 

6777 Senior Librarian 

6 6 6 6 Junior Librarian 

2 2 2 2 Home Teacher of Blind 

9 9 9 9 Library Aid 

----- Junior Clerk 

5 5 5 5 Junior Typist-Clerk 

1111 Junior Typist-Clerk (part time) 

1). 1). 1). 1l Junior Messenger 

1111 Supervisor of Library Crafts 

1111 Library Printer and Photocopyist 

1l _, k 1l Book Repairer 

2 2 2 2 Intermediate Shipping Clerk 

1111 Junior Shipping Clerk 

_J_l4.i|_iL Janitor 

1111 Elevator Operator 

- - - - Temporary help 

_2 _2_ _z. -1 Allotment for salary adjustments 

56 57 57 57 Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new position: 

Junior Typist -Clerk (increased time) 

56 57 57 57 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Custodial 
Crafts 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERYICE AND EXPENSE 
Custodial 
Traveling 
Automobile 
Freight, cartage and express 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Custodial 
Books : 

General 

Blind 

Law 



16 


$ 


5 880 00 


$ 


6 2kO 


00 


$ 


6 2I4.O 


00 


$ 


6 21l0 


00 


15 




9 370 00 




9 720 


00 




9 720 


00 




9 720 


00 


12 




2 OliD 00 




2 160 00 




2 160 


00 




2 160 


00 


11 




1 920 00 




2 OIlO 


00 




2 OlLO 


00 




2 OIlO 


00 


8 




1 620 00 




1 800 


00 




1 800 


00 




1 800 


00 


11 




10 IjOO 00 




13 519 
10 Il02 


00 




lit 160 00 




111 160 


00 


9 




10 kol; 67 
3 620 00 




00 




10 l|)iO 

3 9S0 


00 




10 _Ao 


00 


10 






3 750 


00 




00 




3 960 


00 


5 

2 
2 




10 258 87 

1I4.0 00 

li. lt-59 31 
5I1.0 00 




11 790 


00 




12 000 


00 




12 000 


00 






_L 800 


00 




k 800 


00 




li 800 


00 


2 






570 


00 




570 
3 360 


00 




570 
3 360 


00 


1 




3 156 Hi 




3 ".60 


00 




00 




00 


15 




2 520 00 




2 760 


00 




2 760 00 




2 760 


00 


7 




1 920 00 




1 920 


00 




1 920 


00 




1 920 


00 


2 




1l 037 62 
2 316 30 




I1320 


00 




h 320 


00 




ii 520 


00 


5 






2 760 


00 




2 76O 


00 




2 76O 


00 


2 




501 78 




1 035 


00 




1 080 00 




1 080 00 


5 




5 700 00 




6 360 


00 




6 360 


00 




6 360 


00 


5 




1 195 5i 
I4.00 58 




1 320 


00 




1 320 


00 




1 320 


00 


- 






100 


00 




200 


00 




200 


00 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 




I4725 
$ 96 695 


00 

00 


9to5 

$101 1|65 


00 




82 378 81 


90 726 


00 


00 


2 


$ 


_ 


$ 


__, 




600 
$ 97 295 


00 
00 


630 

$102 095 


00 




82 378 81 


90 726 


00 


00 




$ 


125 22 


$ 


150 


00 


$ 


150 


00 


$ 


150 


00 






93999 




1 250 


00 




1 250 


00 




1 250 


00 




$ 


62 56 

1 127 68 


$ 


100 

1 500 


00 

00 


$ 


100 

1 500 


00 
00 


* 


100 


00 




1 500 


00 




$ 


88 ko 


$ 


95 


00 


$ 


100 


00 


$ 


100 


00 






1 023 68 




1 050 


00 




1 050 


00 




1 050 


00 






13 17 
1U1 J4.8 




50 00 




50 


00 




50 


00 








k50 


00 




_|50 


00 




100 


00 




$ 


1 536 75 


$ 


1 6I4.5 


00 


$ 


1 650 


00 


$ 


1 650 


00 



25 00 



k 033 78 



1l 200 00 


k 200 00 


k 200 00 


75 00 


100 00 


100 00 


700 00 


700 00 


700 00 



EDUCATION 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 167 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



mm 

UMM 

KUBMl 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FI5CAL YEAH 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1936-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



OPERATION 

EQUIPMENT - Continued 

Continuations and subscriptions: 

General 

Law 
Binding 
Prints 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, OPERATION 

TOTALS, STATE LIBRARY 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 6 581l 60 
U 877 46 

5 871 85 
55 00 

$ 20 129 1l9 

$105 172 71 

$153 IV? kk 



$ 6 550 oo 

5 550 oo 

k 200 00 

75 00 

$ 21 150 00 

$115 021 oo 

$11)1 1)86 00 

155 lit? lilt 

$271) 655 kk 



$ 6 550 00 

5 000 oo 

I, 200 00 

100 00 

$ 20 850 00 

$121 295 00 

$155 625 00 



* 6 500 oo 
5 ooo oo 

k 200 00 

1-- . ■ 

$ 20 825 00 

$126 0' : '.'. 

$157 225 00 
155 625 00 

$510 850 00 



REVHIUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETYFIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 



Credential and life diploma fees 
Library fines and reservations 
High school textbook filing fees 
Miscellaneous 

Totals. Revenues 



Totals for biennium 



$ la 591 00 
525 92 
861 00 
111 50 

$ 1)2 687 kz 



$ 1l3 600 00 

550 00 
900 00 
150 00 

$ 1l5 000 00 
1)2 687 kz 

$ 87 687 1)2 



kk 600 00 $ lit 600 00 

550 00 550 00 

900 00 900 00 

150 00 150 00 



$ 1)6 000 00 
1)6 000 00 



1)6 000 00 



$ 92 000 00 



Page 168 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
COMMISSION FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 

SUMMARY 



ACTUAL 

AND ESTIMATED 

1937-1939 BIENNIUM 

S9TH AND 90TH 

FISCAL YEARS 



ESTIMATED 

AND PROPOSED 

1939-1941 BIENNIUM 

91ST AND 92D 

FISCAL YEARS 



INCREASE ( + > 

OR DECREASE ( — I 

FROM 

1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 

Vocational Education: 
Appropriations for Vocational Education, transferred 
to Vocational Education Fund to match contributions 
of the Federal Government: 

Under the Federal S m ith-Hughes Act 

(Fixed charge prescribed by Sections 5-520 and 1(.81(, School Code) 

Under the Federal George-Deen Act 

(Determined bienninally by legislative appropriation) 

Totals 

Less: Reimbursements to School Districts 

(See Payments and Grants to Local Governments), 

Net amount made available for direct expenditure by the commission 
for supervision and teacher training 

Vocational Rehabilitation: 

Appropriation for Vocational Rehabilitation, transferred to 
Vocational Rehabilitation Fund 
(Fixed charge prescribed by Sections 1(.102 and l(.102a, School Code) 



$626 256 88 $626 552 00 $ +275 12 

275 65li 92 525 000 00 +k9 5^4-5 08 

$901 911 80 $951 552 00 $+1(9 620 20 

750 205 58 712 559 00 -17 ffljjt 58 

$171 708 22 $259 175 00 $+67 k(A 78 

$209 I9I4. 78 $21(0 000 00 $+50 805 22 



VOCATIONAL EDUCATION FUND (FEDERAL AID)* 

EXPENDITURES 
Allotments from the Federal Government for Vocational Education 

Less: Reimbursements to School Districts 

(See Payments andGrants to Local Governments) 

Net amount made available for direct expenditure by the commission 
for supervision and teacher training 



$1 %9 975 k5 $1 615 282 00 $+65 506 55 
1 509 952 05 1 528 788 00 +18 855 97 

$21(0 01l5 1(2 $28ii k9k 00 $+kk 14.50 58 



REVENUES 

Federal Aid: 

Smith-Hughes Act 
George-Deen Act 

TOTAL REVENUES 



$626 256 88 

925 718 57 



$626 552 00 
986 750 00 



+275 12 

+65 051 1(5 



$1 5I4.9 975 lt5 $1 615 282 00 $+65 506 55 



VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION FUND (FEDERAL AID)* 

EXPENDITURES 
Allotments from the Federal Government for Vocational Rehabilitation 



657 71 $21(0 000 00 $+51 562 29 



REVENUES 

Federal Aid: 
Amount Available for Expenditure by Commission 



$208 657 71 $21(0 000 00 $+51 562 29 



* That portion of the respective funds consisting of federal contributions. Neither these contributions nor the 
expenditure thereof are included in the budget totals. For summary of Federal Aid see Schedule VIII 



The State program for vocational education is administered by the 
Commission for Vocational Education in accordance with rules, regulations 
and policies of the State Board of Vocational Education. Federal and State 
vocational education funds are allocated to high school districts maintain- 
ing approved vocational courses in agriculture, home making, trades and 
industries for both minors and adults, in day and evening classes. Federal 
and State vocational rehabilitation funds are expended for the re-education 
of physically handicapped persons injured in industry or otherwise. 

The State program of vocational education is a co-operative program 
between labor, agriculture, commerce, industry, the home, the public schools, 
the State Department of Education, and the State Board of Vocational Education. 
The main. objective of the program is the conservation of human and natural 
resources. 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
COMMISSION FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION - Continued 

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES FROM VOCATIONAL EDUCATION FUND 



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ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE l + l 




AND ESTIMATED 

1937-1939 BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE 1 — 1 




«9TH AND 90TH 


9IST AND 92D 






FISCAL TEARS 


FISCAL TEARS 


1937-1939 



EXPENDITURES 

Supervision and Teacher Training: 
Agricultural Education 
Trade and Industrial Education 
Home Making 
Distributive Education 

Totals, Supervision and Teacher Training 

Reimbursements to School Districts 

(See Payments and Grants to Local Governments) 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$175 2il5 65 

155 978 20 

65 979 15 

58 965 U5 



$19k k68 00 

196 659 00 

75 598 00 

59 162 00 



$kl2 168 1l1 $525 667 00 
$2 0^0 178 65 52 Ola Htf 00 



$+21 222 57 

*-. -j.: \ 
+9 kl8 87 
+20 196 55 

•■$111 U98 59 

$ +968 57 



$2 !i52 3I17 Oil $2 561i 811; 00 +$112 li66 96 







EXPENDITURES FOR SUPERVISION 


.AND TEACHER TRAINING 








NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




uuun 

MJMI 

ciew 
■nun 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
RSCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




S9TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



11 IS S 1! 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 

Full time 

Part time 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPERVISION 
AND TEACHER TRAINING 



$15k 96I 61 

6 I97 69 

50 I98 2k 

$171 357 5k 



$192 259 00 
10 500 00 
58 051 87 

$2ll0 810 87 

171 557 5k 
$kl2 168 kl 



$211 020 00 $216 2I4.7 00 

10 500 00 10 500 00 
57 700 00 57 700 00 



$259 220 00 



$261i kk7 00 
259 220 00 

$523 667 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 



1 

1 
1 

5 
1 

1 

8 

25 

1 



AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
1 1 Chief of Bureau (part time) 
1 1 Deputy State Supervisor 
1 1 Senior Technical Supervisor 
5 5 Assistant Supervisor 
1 1 Assistant Supervisor (part time) 
1 1 Teacher Trainer (part time) 
8 8 Instructor (part time) 
25 25 Cadet Teacher (part time) 
1 1 Secretary-Stenographer 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Temporary help 
- - - - Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
15 15 15 15 Full time 
51 56 56 56 Part time 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



1 
1 
1 

k 
1 
1 

8 
20 
1 
3 
3 



I I I 



F,T 


$ k 200 00 


$ 3 360 00 
k 320 00 


$ 5 560 00 
k 520 00 


$ 3 560 00 
k 520 00 


F.T 


k 000 00 


Ex 


k 500 00 


k 560 00 


k 560 00 
18 660 00 


k 560 00 
18 660 00 


Ex 


14 000 00 


17 935 00 


Ex 


2 000 00 


2 100 00 


2 100 00 


2 100 00 


Et 


2 000 00 


2 100 00 


2 100 00 


2 100 00 


Et 


11 ok6 65 

12 300 8L, 


12 k6o 00 


12 k6o 00 


12 k6o 00 


Ex 


15 750 00 


15 750 00 


15 750 00 
2 oko 00 


Et 


1 920 00 
5 8k0 00 


2 OllO 00 


2 oko 00 


Ex 


k 200 00 


k 200 00 


k 200 00 


Ft 


3 060 00 
k I87 19 


k 520 00 
5 m 00 


k 320 00 
3 k?k 00 


k 520 00 
5 fok 00 

k 595 00 




- 


- 




2 563 00 



$ 67 05k 68 $ 76 659 00 $ 79 727 00 $ 81 759 00 



1 296 50 
150 9k 



2 127 00 

250 00 



2 127 00 

230 00 



2 127 00 

230 00 



$ 1 k27 kk $ 2 557 00 $ 2 557 00 $ 2 557 00 



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EDUCATIOH 

Department of Education 
COMMISSION FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 



Continued 







EXPENDITURES FOR SUPERVISION AND 


TEACHER TRAINING 


• 






NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALAflr 

CBOIIP 
NUNBES 


EXPENDITURES 

ACTUAL ESTIMATED 
EIGHTY-NINTH NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 193S-39 


PROPOSED E 
NINETY-FIRST 
FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


KPENDITURES 
NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH 1 90TH 1 91ST 1 92D 


1940-41 



AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 
Telephone and telegraph 

Totals, Service and Expense 

TOTALS, AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



166 85 
8 726 38 
2 525 12 



262 00 

10 687 16 

3 I4.00 00 



262 00 
10 lj.72 00 

3 Soo 00 



262 00 

10 I1.72 00 

3 £oo 00 



$ 11 ItlS 35 $ lit. 3^9 16 $ lit- I3ll 00 $ 11; I3lt 00 



79 900 lt7 $ 



93 3l|5 16 
79 900 lt7 



$173 2lt5 63 



$ 96 218 00 



$ 98 250 00 

96 218 00 

$19U ij.68 00 



3666 



12 19 19 19 
2 2 2 2 



12 19 22 22 
2 2 2 2 



TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Chief, Bureau Trade and Industrial 

Education 
Chief, Bureau Adult and Continuation 

Education (part time) 
Supervisor, Trade and Industrial 

Teacher Training 
Assistant Supervisor, Trade and 

Industrial Education 
Assistant Supervisor, Fire Training 
Assistant Supervisor, Police Training 
Assistant Supervisor, Public Service 

Training 
Assistant Supervisor, Trade and 

Industrial Education for Girls 

and Women, and Research Assistant 
Traveling Instructor in Highly 

Specialized Fields 
Research Assistant 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk (part time) 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Reimbursement to University" 

of California 
Temporary help 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 
Full time 
Part time 

Proposed new positions: 

Traveling Instructor, Highly 
Specialized Fields 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
Full time 
Part time 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



Ex 


$ It 500 00 


$ It 800 00 


$ it 800 00 


$ It 800 00 


Ex 


1 200 00 


1 260 00 


1 260 00 


1 260 00 


Ex 


8 ItOO 00 


8 ItOO 00 


8 ItOO 00 


8 ItOO 00 


Ex 
Ex 
Ex 


6 800 00 

750 00 


7 095 00 
3 600 00 

2 220 00 


7 DtO 00 
3 600 00 
3 600 00 


7 lltO 00 

3 600 00 
3 600 00 



Ex 



Ex 



Ex 



3 200 00 



3 600 00 



3 300 00 



3 600 00 



3 300 00 



00 



3 300 00 



Ex 


750 00 


18 000 


00 


18 000 00 


18 000 00 


Ex 


350 00 


2 ItOO 


00 


2 ItOO 


00 


2 ItOO 


00 


Ex 


1 920 00 
i.80 00 


2 OltO 


00 


2 OltO 


00 


2 OltO 


00 


Ex 


510 


00 


510 


00 


510 


00 


Ex 


- 


1 320 


00 


1 320 


00 


1 320 


00 


Ex 


- 


885 


00 


1 080 00 


1 080 00 


- 


7 516 lt7 


7 500 


00 


7 500 


00 


7 500 


00 


- 


1 l61t 52 


1 500 


00 


1 590 


00 


1 500 


00 


- 


- 


- 




1 260 


00 


2 025 

$ 72 075 


00 




$ 37 030 89 


$ 68 100 


00 


$ 71 310 


00 


00 



9 000 00 



9 000 00 



37 030 89 $ 68 100 00 $ 80 310 00 $ 81 075 00 



$ 1 059 27 
2 695 88 



$ 1 7I1O 00 
It 698 00 



1 7iiO 00 



00 



1 7lt0 00 
It fa98 00 



$ 3 755 15 $ 6 I08 00 $ 6 108 00 $ 6 108 00 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



69TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
COMMISSION FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPERVISION AND TEACHER TRAINING 



Page 171 



TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL 
EDUCATION - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 
Telephone and telegraph 

Totals, Service and Expense 

TOTALS, TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

I93S-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



10 1|9 $ 16 oo 
7 585 52 9 100 00 
1 514 15 2 075 00 



16 00 
9 100 00 
2 073 00 



16 00 
9 100 00 

2 075 00 



$ 9 155 16 $ 11 189 00 $ 11 189 00 $ 11 189 00 

$ k9 921 20 $ 86 057 00 $ 97 937 00 
fe 921 20 



$135 978 20 



$ 98 702 00 
97 937 00 

$196 639 00 



HOKE MAKING 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

1111 Chief of Bureau 

k k k k Regional Supervisor 

1111 Resident Teacher Trainer 

12 2 2 In Service Teacher Trainer 

1111 Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

- - - - Temporary help 

_z. _r -z. — Allotment for salary adjustments 

8999 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 
Telephone and telegraph 

Totals, Service and Expense 

TOTALS, HOME MAKING 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 


$ 1< 500 00 

12 000 00 

2 200 00 

3 200 00 

1 500 00 

281 50 


$ k 500 00 

12 000 00 
2 1(00 00 

6 165 00 

1 800 00 

150 00 


$ k 500 00 

12 000 00 
2 kOO 00 
6 2k0 00 
1 800 00 

150 00 
1 k25 00 


$ k 500 00 

12 000 00 

2 k00 00 

6 2k0 00 

1 800 00 

150 00 

2 805 00 




$ 25 1(81 50 


$ 27 015 00 


$ 28 515 00 


$ 29 895 00 




$ 1(28 06 
579 62 

$ 807 68 


$ 700 00 

660 00 


$ 700 00 

660 00 
$ 1 560 00 


$ 700 00 
660 00 




$ 1 560 00 


$ 1 560 00 




$ 1 66 

li 51(6 28 

fe6 30 


$ k 00 
5 596 71 

670 00 


$ k 00 
5 I16O 00 

670 00 


$ k 00 

5 I160 00 
670 00 




$ 5 Ollli 2k 


$ 6 270 71 


$ 6 15k 00 


$ 6 15k 00 




$ 29 355 k2 


$ 3k 6k5 71 
29 555 k2 

$ 65 979 15 


$ 56 009 00 


$ 57 589 00 
56 009 00 

$ 75 598 00 



- Ill 

2 2 2 2 

1 k h h 

- 111 
1111 

- 11 1 

1 x - - 
12 2 2 



DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 

SAURIES AND WAGES 

State Supervisor (part time) 

Regional Supervisor 

Assistant Supervisor (part time) 

Assistant Supervisor 

Researcher and Teacher Trainer 

Cadet Teacher (part time) 

Assistant Teacher Trainer (part salary) 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
Full time 
Part time 



Ex 


$ 


$ 1 200 00 


$ 1 600 00 


$ 1 600 00 


Ex 


5 555 20 


6 k00 00 


6 kOO 00 


6 kOO 00 


Ex 


575 00 


k 1(17 00 


k 700 00 


k 700 00 
2 1(00 00 


Ex 




1 5k0 00 


2 koo 00 


Ex 


575 00 


2 760 00 


2 760 00 


2 76O 00 


- 




595 00 


900 00 


900 00 


Ex 


291 66 


755 00 


- 


- 


Ex 


560 00 
k59 68 


2 160 00 


2 160 00 


2 160 00 


- 


350 00 


350 00 


350 00 
2 21(8 00 


- 


$ 7 59^ 54 


- 


1 198 00 
$ 22 k68 00 




$ 20 175 00 


$ 23 518 00 



Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



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EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
COMMISSION FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 



Continued 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPERVISION AND TEACHER TRAINING 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



■ANSI 
GROUP 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - Continued 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Printing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 
Telephone and telegraph 

Totals, Service and Expense 

TOTALS, DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 


201 81 
5 61 

207 1|2 


$ 355 00 
12 00 

$ 3h5 00 


$ 355 00 
12 00 


$ 333 00 
12 00 


$ 


$ 545 00 


$ 5ll5 00 


$ 


1 863 56 

2 473 fo 

263 50 

4 600 ig 


$ 2 918 00 

2 968 00 

357 00 


$ 2 918 00 
2 968 00 

357 00 


$ 2 918 00 

2 968 00 

357 00 


$ 


$ 6 2I0 00 


$ 6 2I45 00 


$ 6 21)3 00 


$ 


12 202 1)5 


$ 26 763 00 
12 202 1)5 

$ 38 965 45 


$ 29 056 00 


$ 30 106 00 
29 056 00 

$ 59 162 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE VOCATIONAL EDUCATION FUND 



Federal Aid: 

Smith-Hughes Act 
George-Deen Act 

Totals, Revenues 
Totals for biennium 



$315 185 88 
495 575 57 

$806 559 lt-5 



$313 073 00 
bo 545 00 

$743 416 00 
806 559 45 

$1 5U9 975 45 



$315 266 00 

493 575 00 



$315 266 00 
fe 575 00 



61jl 00 $806 61jl 00 
806 61)1 00 

$1 615 282 00 



STATEMENT OF UNBUDGETED SURPLUS 
Vocational Education Fund 

Estimated available balance, July 1, 1959 

Estimated revenue for biennium 1959-1941: 
Transfers from General Funds- 
Fixed charge prescribed by Sections 3-520 and 4.84, School Code 
Proposed transfer to meet Federal allotment under George-Deen Act 

Contributions from the Federal Government: 
Smith-Hughes Act 
George-Deen Act 

Total estimated revenue 

Less proposed expenditures for biennium 1939-191)1: 
Supervision and teacher training 
Reimbursements to school districts 

Total proposed expenditures 

Estimated available balance, June 30, 19l)l 



$626 552 00 
325 000 00 



626 532 00 
986 750 00 



Nil 



$ 2 561) 811) 00 



$ 523 667 00 

2 01)1 11)7 00 



2 561). 8I4 00 

Nil 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
COMMISSION FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 



Page 173 



Continued 



SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES FROM VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION FUND 



ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE l + l 


AND ESTIMATED 
1937-1939 OIENNIUU 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE c — i 




69TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 92D 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL TEARS 


1937-1939 



EXPENDITURES 

Vocational Rehabilitation: 
Administration 
Case Production 
State Expense 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$ 1l6 257 85 

578 212 06 
5 096 % 



$ 56 680 00 

Ujl 120 00 

2 200 00 



$+10 1(42 17 

+52 907 9ft 

-896 % 



$1(27 5U6 It? $1(90 000 00 $+62 1(55 57 



REVENUES 
Federal Aid 
Local Donations 

TOTAL REVENUES 



$+51 562 6; 



$206 657 51 $21(0 000 00 

9 585 56 10 000 00 



$218 220 87 $250 000 00 $+51 779 15 



-:.:" !$ 



EXPENDITURES FOR VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 




UUII 
UKCK 
GBOOP 
NUIIEX 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




AND EMPLOYEES 




ACTUAL 

EIGHTY-NINTH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 



20 22 2k 25 



Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 

Less abatements for automobile service 

NET TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 



$ k7 115 80 

55 971 66 

129 068 1;5 

2 860 00 



$ 51 180 00 

55 1+75 00 

150 825 00 

500 00 



$215 015 91 $215 980 00 

-722 118 -725 00 



$212 291 1(5 



$215 255 00 

212 291 1|5 

$U27 516 10 



$ 57 720 00 

56 625 00 

14.7 950 00 

1 100 00 

$243 575 00 
-725 00 

$242 650 00 



$ 61 920 00 

56 625 00 

148 J4.30 00 

1 100 00 

$2liS 075 00 

-725 00 

$2kl 550 00 
21J2 650 00 

$490 000 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 
ADMINISTRATION 



SALARIES AND WAGES 
1111 Chief of Bureau (part salary) 
x x x x District Supervisor (part salary) 
5 5 5 5 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
4 5 5 5 Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
- Allotment for salary adjustments 

8 9 9 9 Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new positions: 
_2_ _2_ _1 _2 Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

8 9 10 11 Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 

Printing 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



25 


$ 5 150 00 


$ 3 240 00 


$ 5 2l|.0 00 


$ 5 2li0 00 


18 


2 1(00 00 


2 440 00 


2 440 00 


2 440 00 


6 


k 080 00 


k 520 00 


k 1)40 00 


1; 4J4.O 00 


k 


5 611 14.7 


5 580 00 


5 580 00 


5 580 00 


- 


- 


- 


720 00 


1 560 00 



$ 15 241 kl $ 15 580 00 $ 16 1(20 00 $ 17 260 00 



1 080 00 



2 220 00 



$ 15 21(1 kl $ 15 580 00 $ 17 500 00 $ 19 1(80 00 



817 89 
95l( 59 
265 61 



900 00 

1 000 00 

500 00 



1 000 00 
1 000 00 

500 00 



1 000 00 
1 000 00 

500 00 



$ 2 058 09 $ 2 200 00 $ 2 500 00 $ 2 500 00 



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EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
COMMISSION FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SA1ABT 

RfcHSI 

oaoup 
NOaBSK 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




B9TH | 90TH | 9IST | 9ZD 


1940-41 



ADMINISTRATION - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Pro rata departmental accounting services 

Totals, Service and Expense 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



i 207 10- 

516 57 

5 65li 29 

1 800 00 

1 6 178 27 


$ 200 00 

6oo oo 
3 8oo oo 

2 ioo 00 

$ 7 ooo oo 

$ 2ll 780 00 

21 li57 83 


$ 250 00 

900 00 

1; 000 00 

2 I4.OO 00 

$ 7 550 00 


$ 250 00 
900 00 

ll 000 00 
2 I4.OO 00 

$ 7 550 00 


I 21 ll57 85 


$ 27 550 00 


$ 29 550 00 
27 550 00 



$ ll6 257 85 



$ 56 680 00 



2 

1 
10 



2 

1 

10 



12 13 13 15 



12 15 111 111 



CASE PRODUCTION 

SAURIES AND WAGES 
Chief of Bureau (part salary) 
District Supervisor (part salary) 
Assistant District Supervisor 
Rehabilitation Training Officer 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 

Proposed new position: 
Rehabilitation Training Officer 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Instructional supplies 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Traveling 
Tuition: 

Institutional 

Tutorial 

Employment 

Correspondence schools 
Physical examinations 
Artificial appliances 
Local co-ordmators 

Totals, Service and Expense 

TOTALS, CASE PRODUCTION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



25 $ 1 050 00 

18 1; 800 00 

17 3 000 00 
16 25 022 35 


$ 1 080 00 

1; 880 00 

3 120 00 

26 520 00 


$ 1 080 00 
ll 880 00 
5 120 00 

26 520 00 

2 OltO 00 


$ 1 080 00 
ll 880 00 
5 120 00 

26 520 00 

ll 080 00 


$ 35 872 55 


$ 55 600 00 


$ 57 61l0 00 


$ 59 680 00 


16 


_ 


2 580 00 


2 76O 00 


$ 35 872 55 


$ 55 600 00 


$ llO 220 00 


$ ll2 llllO 00 


$ 50 862 67 
815 59 


$ 50 000 00 
l 000 00 


$ 55 000 00 

1 000 00 


$ 55 000 00 

1 000 00 


$ 51 676 06 


$ 51 000 00 


$ 5I1 000 00 


$ 5I1 000 00 


$ 17ll 62 
7 055 6I1 


$ 200 00 
7 250 00 


$ 200 00 

7 500 00 


$ 200 00 

7 500 00 


7ll 085 51 

12 565 57 

10 868 15 

5 915 75 

62 50 

ll 765 19 

9 22H 78 


75 000 00 
12 000 00 
10 000 00 

1; 000 00 
100 00 

5 000 00 
10 000 00 


8I4- 500 00 
111 200 00 
12 IjSO 00 

5 200 00 
100 00 

6 000 00 
10 000 00 


8ll 500 00 
111 700 00 
12 I18O 00 

5 200 00 
100 00 

6 000 00 
10 000 00 


$122 513 67 


$125 550 00 


$159 980 00 


$iliO 1j80 00 


$188 062 06 


$190 150 00 
188 062 06 


$211l 200 00 


$216 920 00 
211l 200 00 




$578 212 06 




$1l31 120 00 



STATE EXPENSE 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Office 
Automobile 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

Totals, Service and Expense 



t la 57 
215 911 


$ 


50 00 
225 00 


$ 


100 00 
225 00 


$ 


100 00 
225 00 


1 257 51 


$ 


275 00 


% 


325 00 


$ 


325 00 


1 68 14 

196 16 
111 91 


$ 


75 00 
200 00 


$ 


100 00 
300 00 


$ 


100 00 
300 00 



$ 376 51 $ 275 00 $ itoo 00 $ llOO 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
COMMISSION FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 



Page 175 



STATE EXPENSE - Continued 

EQUIPMENT 
Office 
Automobile 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, STATE EXPENSE 

Less abatement for automobile service 

NET TOTALS, STATE EXPENSE 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 





■AMI 

■ UBIt» 




EXPENDITURES 




PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 

EIGHTY-NINTH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1937-36 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1839-40 


NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 


$ 


2 11l2 1|6 

717 % 

2 S60 00 

5 h9k 02 
-722 1)8 

2 771 5I1 


t 

■i 
$ 

$ 

$ 


500 oo 


$ 

$ 

$ 

i 


500 00 
600 00 

1 100 00 


$ 
$ 

$ 

$ 


500 00 

600 00 


$ 


500 oo 


1 100 00 


$ 


1 050 00 
-725 00 

525 00 

2 771 54 

5 096 5U 


1 825 00 

-725 00 


1 825 00 

-725 00 


$ 


1 100 00 


1 100 00 

1 100 00 

2 200 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-36 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION FUND 



Federal aid 
Local donations 

Totals, Revenues 
Totals for biennium 



$12li 442 52 

4 58; 56 

$129 026 08 



$ 84 191; 79 
5 000 00 

$ 89 194 79 

129 026 08 

$218 220 87 



$120 000 00 
5 000 00 

$125 000 00 



$120 000 00 
5 000 00 

$125 000 00 
125 000 00 

$250 000 00 



STATEMENT OF UNBUDGETED SURPLUS 
Vocational Rehabilitation Fund 



Estimated available balance ; July 1, 1959 
Estimated revenue for biennium 1959-194-1: 

Transfer from General Fund (Fixed charge prescribed by 
Sections 1|.102 and l)..102a School Code) 

Contributions from Federal Government 

Local donations 

Total estimated revenue 

Total 

Less proposed expenditures for biennium 1959-19l|l: 
Administration, Case Production, and State Expense 

Estimated available balance, June JO, 19lU 



$2li0 000 00 

2ll0 000 00 

10 000 00 



Nil 



$ li9o 000 00 
$11.90 000 00 



lt9Q 000 00 

Nil 



Page 17 6 EDUCATION 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



STATE COLLEGES 



The State maintains seven State Colleges the functions of which are to 
prepare teachers for the public schools of the State and to provide liberal 
arts courses for students not intending to become teachers. The Director 
of Education, subject to the approval of and audit by the Department of 
Finance, controls and expends all moneys appropriated for the support of the 
State Colleges. The State Board of Education, acting through the Director 
of Education, its executive officer, prescribes the rules and regulations 
in accordance with law for the government of the colleges. 

The colleges offer curricula leading to the bachelor of arts degree and 
credentials authorizing service in the elementary and junior high schools, 
in special subjects in secondary schools, and in administration and super- 
vision. The colleges also provide liberal arts courses for students who do 
not intend to become teachers. 



STATEMENT OF UNBUDGETED SURPLUS 



Teachers Colleges Summer Session Fund 

Estimated unbudgeted surplus, July 1, 1959 4 ]i 590 07 

Estimated revenue for biennium 1939-191^1 199 750 00 

Total $20k 5l|.0 07 

Less proposed expenditures for biennium 1959-191(1: 

Support $ l82 260 00 

Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 1 866 00 

Capital outlay 10 QQQ QQ 

Total proposed expenditures ]q]i ^26 00 

Estimated unbudgeted surplus, June 50, 19kl 4 10 21k 07 



GENERAL FUND 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
CHICO STATE COLLEGE 

SUMMARY 



Page 177 



ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE ( + 1 




AND ESTIMATED 
1937-1939 BIENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE 1 — ) 




B9TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 92D 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEARS 


1937-1939 



EXPENDITURES 
Support: 
Administration 
Instruction 
Maintenance and Operation of Plant 

Totals, Support 

Appropriated: 
By Budget Bill 

By Chapter 79k, Statutes of 1937 

By Chapter 819, Statutes of 1955"Appropriated student fee 
By allotment from Emergency Fund 

Totals 

Capital Outlay: 
Purchase of Land 
Construction, Improvements and Equipment 

Totals, Capital Outlay 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$ 69 ljoO k2 

287 1% 51 

55 W 57 



$ 77 268 00 

527 677 00 

71 elii 00 



$ +7 307 58 
+16 202 65 



$412 558 50 $li76 789 00 $+6li 250 70 



$hhl 6I4-O 00 +$101 570 00 
-39 187 00 



$5l;0 270 00 

59 187 00 

31 562 8k 55 149 00 +5 586 16 

1 518 & - -1 518 it6 

$U2 558 30 $ll76 789 00 $+6k 250 70 



$ iiU 200 00 
211 500 00 



$-lill 200 00 

-197 500 00 



lit 000 00 
$255 700 00 $ 111 000 00 -2ld 700 00 



$668 258 30 &190 789 00 -$177 hh9 30 



REVENUES 

Appropriated Student Fees 

Rentals 

Miscellaneous 

TOTAL REVENUES 



$ 31 562 eh $ 55 H;9 00 $ +3 586 16 

557 00 182 00 -575 00 

503 25 - -50? 25 

$ 32 I123 09 $ 35 531 00 $ +2 907 91 



TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

Capital Outlay: 

Construction, Improvements and Equipment 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



90I1. 98 

150 15 



11 000 00 $ +2 095 02 
151 00 +85 



10 000 00 +10 000 00 



$ 9 055 13 $ 21 151 00 $+12 095 87 



REVENUES 

Student Fees 



$ 7 520 00 $ 8 280 00 $ +760 00 



EXPENDITURES 



GRAND TOTALS, ALL FUNDS 



REVENUES 

ENROLLMENT AND UNIT COSTS 



Actual 

Actual and estimated 

Estimated 

Estimated 



Fiscal 
Tear 



1937-38 

1938-39 
195940 

1940-10- 



REGULAR SESSION 



Enrollment 

(Equivalent 

Students) 

628.9 
711.0 
750.0 
780.0 



Cost per 
Student 



298 10 
312 20 
311 07 



SPECIAL SESSION 

Enrollment Cost per 
(Individuals) Student 



ihh 


$28 65 


177 


27 02 


200 


27 50 


200 


27 50 



$677 293 10 $5H 9li0 00 -$165 353 10 
$ 59 910 09 $ 10 611 00 $ +3 667 91 



Located at Chico, Butte County 



E^ge.178 



EDUCATION. 

Department of Education . 
CHI CO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D- 



-< a MA 
^ui|in?!Q tfcei-eeet 
I . ■rare 



03Tamiy?3 qua 

MUIHr13l8 

HTOB C 

■ 



SALART 
CROUP 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



'68 71 "75 
5 5 5 



7k 
5 






1 1 n 

! i 



X X 

1 1 

1 1 

XX 

1. 1 



1 - 

X 

1 
.1 
1 



1 
1 
1 



GENERAL FUND 
RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 



Salaries and wages 
■-;.. Full time 
1 Part time 
iMa-tiri al s -and— suppl-i e s 

Service and expense 

Equipment 



TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 
REGULAR SESSION- 



11 
1 


12 
1 


12 12" 
1 1 






)I+ 3 



. , SALARIES AND WAGES 
1 ^President __— -1 
1 Vice President- {part; salary) 
1 Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
x Junior Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 
1 Registrar (part salary) 
1 Assistant Registrar '. 
1 Dean of Women (part salary) 
x Dean of Men- (part salary) 

1 Physician (-pari— time-) 

1 Physician (part salary) 
1 Senior Clerk 
1 Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
1 Financial Secretary 
1 Senior Account Clerk 
1 Telephone Operator and Stenographer 
Student Assistant 
Temporary help 
j; Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals , Salaries and Wages 
Full time 
Part time 

-MA-TER-IAtS AHD--SUPPLTES- 









Executive | -,-q p 
Registrar's office 
Personnel offices 
Business office 
Printing and mimeographing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Executive 

Registrar's office 
Personnel offices 
Business office : ?\ 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Freight, cartage and express 
Pro rata charge for co-ordination expense 

Totals, Service and Expense 



$169 501 bli 


$180 8ik 00 


$195 k69 00 


$20k 129 00 

■ - 


10 66k 69 

11 k56 08 
8 950 89 


11 025 00 

11 888 00 

8 k58 00 


15 065 00 

lit 151 00 ' 

9 k87 op 

$25k 152 00 


Ik 685 00 

Ik 298 00 

9 525 00 


$200 555 50 


$212 185 00 
200 555 50!: 


$2k2 657 00 

25k 152 00 




E $kl2 558 50 ' 




tk76 739 00 



Ex 


$ 6 k9? 92 


$ 6 500 00 


$ fa 500 00 


$ 


b 500 00 


Ex 


2 57k 98 


2 575 00 


2 575 66' 




2 575 00 


Ex 


1 680 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 




1 920 00 


Ex 


259 55 


270 00 


270 00 




270. DO 


Ex 


2 100 00 


2 500 00 


1 725 00 




1 725 66' ' 


Ex 


1 680 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 




1 800' 00 


Ex 


2 5k0 00 

1 450 02 


2 Jk0 00 


2 Jko 00 




2 ?ko 00 


Ex 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 




1 500 00 


Ex 


800 00 


800 00 


800 00 




800 00 


Ex 


2 250 00 


2 k75 00 


2 k75 00 




2 k75 00 


Ex 


1 680 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 




1 800 00 


Ex 


- 


810 00 


1 080 00 




1 080 00 


Ex 


2 520 00 


2 700 00 


2 700 00 




2 700 00 


Ex 


1 800 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 




1 920 00 


Ex 


1 200 00 


1 520 00 

k8b 00 


1 520 00 , 




1 520 00 


Ex 


k7i 00 


500 00 




500 00 


- 


k5? 67 


181 00 


227 00 




-. ,?^7-, OQ, ,., 


- 


- 


- 


1 055 00 
$ 52' 287 00 


$ 


2 010 00 




$ 29 558 92 


$ 51 k97 OO'', 


53 '262 00 


























$ 56 kl 


$ 55 00 


$ 75 00-' 


1 ; 


75 00 




66 kl 


55 00 


75 00 




75 00 




189 kk 


160 00 


200 00 




200, 4DP,-:.; 




97 08 


k5 00 


100 00 




106 60 
1 E56 00- 




1 090 k5 


1 200 00 


1 koo 00 






$ 1 k99 77 


$ 1 k75 00 


$ 1 850 00 


$ 


1 900 00 




$ 55 00 


$ 25 OQ 


$ 55 00 


$ 


55 00 




90 k5 < 


50 00 


88 00 




95 00 




108 55 


100 00 


150 00 




- J.50 00 




k5 58 


50 00 


65 00 




75 60 ' ' 




k82 76 


k25 00 


500 00 




500 00 




878 60 


875 00 


900 00 




966 'CO ' " 




625 77 


600 00 


700 00 - 

118 00 




70,0 00 




150 15 


125 00 




118 00 




- 


728 00 


760 00 




760 00 






2 kik 8k 



2 978 00 $ 5, ,516 00 



5 355 00 



00S 
oos 





- 




o.ir? 


OS SI$ 


0.0c"\ 


TO He 


O.OBY 



iji-oiiei 



IbuJoA 

[,:W IflllJoA 

09 Tjiini i sS 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and, posit ion listed-; undej- function paying largest part. 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
CHICO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

£S FOR SUPPORT 



Page 179 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 






REGULAR SESSIOi; 
ADMINISTRATION - Continued 

EQUIPMENT 
Executive 

Registrar's office 
Personnel offices 
Business office 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 

TOTALS FOR BLEW j 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAH 

1937-39 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECONO 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



% 8 05 

5 56 

18 51 

26 99 




- 


i 
% 


155 oo 
2U5 oo 

210 00 
70 00 

... . 


$ 155 oo 

155 oo 
270 00 

... . . 


$ 56 89 




- 


» 660 00 


% 55 510 k2 


% 55 950 oo 
55 510 k2 

% 69 k60 k2 


% J8 115 o 


$ 59 155 00 
58 115 00 

$ 77 268 00 




INSTRUCTION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Director of Teacher Training 

Teacher in Art 

Teacher in Biological Science 

Teacher in Commerce 

Teacher in Commerce (part salary) 

5 Teacher in Education 

-01 _ Teacher in Education (part salary) 
k. --Teacher in English 
x, Teacher in English (part salary) 
2 Teacher in Foreign Languages 



1 


1 


1 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


2 


2 


~ 2 


2 


X 


- 


1 - 


- 


k 


k 


1; 


k 


1 


1 


. 1 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


I 


1 


..1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1 


i 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 



k5 k7 lt-7 vlj.7 
2 2 2*2 

j. , 



Teacher in Home^Making 

Teacher in Home Making (part time) 

Teacher in Industrial Arts 

Teacher in Mathematics 

Teacher in Music 

Teacher in Men 1 s Physical Education 

Teacher in Men's Physical Education (part 

salary) 
.Teacher in Womeji's Physical Education 
Teacher in Women's Physical Education 
_ r (part salary) 
Teacher in Physical Science 
Teacher in Physical Science 
;.: (part salary )._, 
Teacher in Psychology 
Teacher in Psychology (part salary) 
Teacher in Social Science 
Teacher in S pee ch Arts 
"JuluoTSteno'grapher-Clerk (part salary) 
1 , Mimeograph Operator (part salary) - 
Special Lecturer 
Principal (part time) 
Te ache r-Supe rvi so r 
Librarian 
Senior Librarian 
Junior Librarian 
Student Assistant 
Temporary help" 
Allotment for salary adjustments 



y -1 



Totals, Existing Employments 
Full time 
Part time 

Proposed new positions r 



1l5 k7 Il9 50 

2 2 2 2 



"Teacher in Biological Science 
Teacher in Commerce 
Teacher in Physical Science 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
Full time 
Part time 



Ex 


$ 2 666 61; 


$ k 200 00 


$ k 200 00 


$ k 200 00 


Ex 


k 920 00 


5 160 00 


5 160 00 


5 160 00 


Ex 


6 750 00 


7 050 00 


7 050 00 

I; 520 00 


7 050 00 
k 520 00 


Ex 


- 


5 770 00 


tx 


- 


1 150 00 


1 725 00 


1 725 00 


Ex 


8 850 00 


9 270 00 


9 270 00 


9 270 00 


Ex 


1 555 52 
11 4.90 00 


- 


- 


- 


Ex 


11 970 00 


11 970 00 


11 970 00 


Ex 


780 00 


780 00 


7=0 00 


780 00 


Ex 


5 o£o 00 

k 800 00 


5 280 00 


5 230 00 


5 280 00 


Ex 


5 070 00 


5 070 00 


5 070 00 


Ex 


600 00 


600 00 


600 00 


600 00 


Ex 


7 520 00 


7 620 00 

6 150 00 


7 620 00 


7 620 00 


Ex 


5 380 00 


6 150 00 


6 150 00 


Ex 


7 950 00 


8 kOO 00 


8 kOO 00 


8 kOO 00 


Ex 


6 000 00 


5 760 00 


6 000 00 


6 000 00 


Ex 


1 l£0 02 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 . 


1 500 00 


Ex 


k 800 00 


1; 950 00 


k 950 00 • 


■ k 950 00 


Ex 


675 00 


705 00 
5 feo 00 


705 00 


705 00 

5 1;50 00 


Ex 


5 500 00 


5 i;50 00 


Ex 


2 571; 98 


2 575 00 

6 fco 00 


2 575 00 

6 k5D 00 


2 575 00 

6 feo 00 


Ex 


b IJO 00 

1 ofo 96 


Ex 


- 


- 


- 


Ex 


12 150 00 


12 270 00 


12 570 00" 


12 570 00 


Ex 


2 kOO 00 


2 550 00 


2 550 00- 


2 550 00 


Ex 


259 55 


270 00 . 


270 00 
5k0 00 


270 00 
5ko 00- 


Ex 


1x78 66 
615 00 


5ko 00 


Ex 


500 00 


700 00 


600 00 


Ex 


999 96 


1 OkO 00 


1 oko 00 


1 OkO 00 


Ex 


1 199 88 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 


Ex 


2 820 00 


2 9l;0 00 


2 SkO 00 


2 9k0 00 


Ex 


1 920 00 


2 OkO 00 

5 56O 00 


2 OkO 00 


2 OkO 00 


Ex 


5 120 00 


5 560 00 


5 560 00 


Ex 


1 865 00 


1 595 00 


1 595 00 
1 9U-5 00 


1 595 00 


- 


1 296 97 


1 100 00 


1 950 00 


- 


- . 


- 


5 lko 00 
$158 915 00 


9 290 00 




$125 28k 72 


$151 065 00 


$lk2 970 00 


Ex 






2 OkO 00 


2 160 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


2 OkO 00 


2 160 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


- 


2 OkO 00 




$125 281; 72 


$151 065 00 


$Lk2 995 00 


$Lk9 550 00 



- 
x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



Page 180 



EDUCATION 

Deuartnent of Education 
CHIGO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



S9TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



INSTRUCTION - Continued 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Teaching service 
Practice teaching 
Library 
Printing and mimeographing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Teaching service 
Practice teaching 
Library 

Printing and mimeographing 
Contribution to Teachers' 
Retirement Eund 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 

Teaching service 

Practice teaching 

Library 

Printing and mimeographing 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, INSTRUCTION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 





SALARY 


EXPENDITURES 




PROPOSED E 


(PEN! 


HTURES 






ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 




NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




GRODP 
NUMBER 


EIGHTY-NINTH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


FISCAL YEAR 
1939-40 


FISCAL YEAR 
1940-41 


$ 


5 530 14 

91 10 
2kl % 
25C 28 

5 892 86 


$ 5 500 
100 
200 

500 

$ k 100 


00 
00 
00 
00 

00 


$ 
$ 


5 750 00 
150 00 
250 00 
525 00 


$ 
$ 


k 000 00 
150 00 
250 00 
550 00 


$ 


h li75 00 


k 750 00 


$ 


1 k26 75 
kk6 Qi 

2 208 65 


$ 1 li8o 

li.00 

2 200 

20 


00 
00 
00 
00 


$ 


1 900 00 
500 00 

2 500 00 

55 op 


$ 


2 000 00 

550 00 

2 500 00 

35 00 




llli 00 


120 


00 




120 00 




120 00 


$ 


k 196 02 


$ k 220 


00 


$ 


5 055 00 


$ 


5 205 00 


$ 


k 815 55 

112 50 

5 522 % 

5li72 

8 50I1 91 
59 878 51 


$ II 968 

5 

5 200 


00 
00 

00 


$ 5 582 00 
100 00 

5 600 00 

500 00 
$ 7 782 00 
$160 507 00 


$ 

$ 

$1 
1 


k 360 00 

5 600 00 

125 00 


$ 


$ 8 173 


00 


8 085 00 


$1 


$lii7 558 00 
139 878 51 


67 570 00 
60 507 00 










$287 k36 51 






$527 677 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


6 


5 


5 


5 


- 


X 


X 


X 


2 


2 


2 


2 


X 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


1- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 



.12 12 12 12 



MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF PLANT 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds 

Head Janitor 

Janitor 

Janitor (part salary) 

Groundsman and Flower Gardener 

Groundsman and Flower Gardener (part salary) 

Stationary Fireman 

Stationary Fireman (part salary) 

Mechanical Handyman 

Temporary help 

Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
Full time 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of gounds 
Light, heat, power and water 
Repairs to buildings 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of gounds 
Light, heat, power and water 
Repairs to buildings 

Totals, Service and Expense 



Ex 


$ 2 220 00 


$ 


2 kOO 00 


$ 2 kOO 00 


$ 2 kOO 00 


Ex 


1 560 00 




1 680 00 


1 680 00 


1 680 00 


Ex 


7 200 00 




b 600 00 


6 600 00 


6 600 00 


Ex 


- 




528 CO 


528 00 


528 00 


Ex 


2 6k0 00 




2 880 00 


2 880 00 


2 880 00 


Ex 


k20 00 




- 


- 


- 


Ex 
Ex 


900 00 




1 kkO 00 
86k 00 


1 kkO 00 
86k 00 


1 kliO 00 
86k 00 


Ex 


1 IkO 00 




1 560 00 


1 560 00 


1 560 00 


- 


396 00 




500 00 


755 00 


765 00 


- 


- 


$ 


- 


1 500 00 
$ 20 187 00 


2 820 00 




$ 16 h-78 00 


18 252 00 


$ 21 537 00 




$ 585 87 


$ 


600 00 


$ 600 00 


$ 800 00 




527 85 




500 00 


6k0 00 


535 00 




3 122 33 




5 100 00 


5 500 00 


3 500 00 




1 056 01 




1 k50 00 


5 800 00 


5 200 00 



$ 5 272 06 $ 5 U50 00 $ 8 7ko 00 $ 8 055 00 



2 00 

, 58 99 

k 751 hZ 

52 81 



10 00 
25 00 

k 630 00 
25 00 



10 00 

50 00 

5 650 00 

50 00 



10 00 

50 00 

5 650 00 

50 00 



$ k 825 22 $ k 690 00 $ 5 760 00 $ 5 760 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



EDUCATION 

Dep^: education 

CHICO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

-PORT 



page 181 





NUMBER OF OFFICER: 




mia 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




AND EMPLOYEES 


ACTUAL 

BGHTY-NINTH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 
1939-40 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH j 9IST | 920 


1940-41 



equips.: 

Operation of builiings 
Maintenance of grounds 
Repairs to buildings 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF PLAN! 

TOTALS FOR 3IEKKJJJM 



Continued 














$ U9 60 

151 99 

207 50 

% J ;- 
% 26 96k 57 


% 20 00 

215 00 

5 285 00 


$ 150 00 
595 00 

-■.... 

$ l ok5 oo 


% 75 00 

705 00 




. 


IT 


% 28 677 00 
26 96U 57 


% 55 752 00 


$ 56 112 00 

55 752 00 








$ 55 614 57 




$ 71 8kk oo 



13 FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY 



APPROPRIATED 

EIGHTY-NINTH AND 

NINETIETH FISCAL YEARS 

1937-1939 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 

NINETY-FIRST AND 

NINETY-SECOND FISCAL YEARS 

1939-1941 



DETAIL 



TOTAL 



Purchase of Land: 

Addition to Campus 
Construction, Improvements and Equipment: 
Industrial Arts Building: 

Clock service 

Heating 

Miscellaneous Improvements 
Gymnasium: 

Drives and curbs 

Tennis and handball courts 

Termite control 

Improvements in shower and dressing rooms 

Painting 

Improvements in supply and training rooms 
Bidwell Hall: 

Linoleum for floors 

Electric wiring and fixtures 

Cabinet work 

Clock service 

New plumbing for men 1 s lavatory 

Windows, doors and fire escape 

Roofing 

Improvements in class rooms 
Bidwell Grounds: 

Extension of water lines 
Kindergarten: 

Miscellaneous improvements 
Library: 

Shelves in tower room 

Book stacks in stackroom 

Finish staff room and tower rooms 
Administration Building: 

Miscellaneous improvements 

Shelving and partitions 
College Campus: 

Walks, drives and curbs 

Terrace 

Curbing on grounds 

Athletic field improvements 
Training School: 

Miscellaneous improvements 
Men 1 s Gymnasium Building 

Totals, Construction, Improvements and Equipment 
Totals, Capital Outlay 



% kk 200 00 



58 00 
160 00 
220 00 

165 00 
155 00 
150 00 
157 00 
kio 00 



157 00 
500 00 
325 00 
!|8 oc 
250 00 
525 00 
750 00 



ko 00 
500 00 

k70 00 



875 00 



225 00 



k25 00 
875 00 



5 0O0 DC 
500 00 



35c 00 



710 00 
k6o 00 






koo 00 
5 350 00 




550 00 

200 000 00 


$211 500 


00 


- 








$ lk 000 00 




$255 700 


00 




$ ik 000 00 



Page 182 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
CHICO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

REVENUES 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 



: 


■ ■ = 


ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




- 


" 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 












1940-41 










-■ 





Revenue appropriated for support: 
Regular tuition fees 
Limited tuition fees 
Extension tuition fees 
Nonresident tuition fees 
Late registration fees 
"Materials and service fees ~ 

Totals, Appropriated Revenue 

Revenue not appropriated: 
Rentals 
Dividend on funds in closed bank 

Totals, Revenue Not Appropriated 

Totals, Revenues 

Totals for biennium 

Appropriated 
Not appropriated 



I 7 814 oo 
507 50 


$ ■ 8 710 00 

: 660 00 


$ 9 425 00 
425 00 


$ 


9 750 00 

450 00 


500 00 

172 00 

6 656 84 


187 50 

75 00 

6 700 00 


500 00 

90 00 

7 122 00 

$ 17 562 00 


$ 


500 00 

90 00 

7 197 00 


i 15 250 54 


$ 16 552 50 


17 787 00 


; 166 00 


$ 591 00 


$ 91 00 


$ 


91 00 



505 25 



51 562 84 
860 25 



$ 16 725 50 
15 699 59 

$ 52 425 09 



$ 17 455 00 



$ 55 149 00 

182 00 



$ 469 25 $ 591 00 $ 91 00 $_ 
$ 15 699 59 



91 00 



$ 17 878 00 
17 455 oo 

$ 55 551 00 






[cnnj '. 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



EDUCATION 

Dep. lion 

CHICO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Pape 1P3 






IgACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER, SESSION FUND 

RECAPITULATIOi, :;.v OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 



TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIEKKIUM FOR SUPPORT 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



$ 5 795 00 
129 98 
200 00 


i 


k 2j90 00 
li2 00 
150 00 


500 00 

655 OC 
$ 5 500 00 


$ h 655 00 
190 00 

17-; 00 

500 00 


$ ii 122 98 


k 782 00 
k 122 98 

8 90li 98 


500 00 

5 500 00 
$ 11 000 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

SUMMER SESSION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Dean of Summer Session 
Dean of Men 
Dean of Women 
Office Secretary 
Instructor 
Laboratory Assistant 
Caretaker 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Administration 
Teaching service 
Operation 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Administration 

EQUIPMENT 

Teaching service 



Ex 


$ 


- 


$ 


500 


00 


$ 


250 00 


$ 


250 00 


Ex 




100 00 




200 


00 




150 00 




150 00 


Ex 




100 00 




- 






100 


00 




100 00 


Ex 




- 




100 


00 




100 


00 




100 00 


Ex 




2 950 00 




5 215 


00 




5 225 


00 




5 560 00 


Ex 




h 00 




,75 


00 




7y 


00 




75 00 


Ex 


$ 


600 00 


$ 


600 
h lt-90 


00 
00 


$ 


600 
k 500 


00 
00 


$ 


600 CC 




5 795 00 


It 655 00 




$ 


62 06 


$ 


90 


00 


$ 


100 


00 


$ 


100 00 






27 78 




52 


00 




g 


00 




50 00 

ko 00 






ko lit 




20 


cc 




00 






$ 


129 98 


$ 


1)12 


00 


$ 


190 


00 


$ 


190 OC 




$ 


200 00 


$ 


150 


00 


$ 


175 


00 


$ 


175 00 






- 




- 




$ 


655 


00 


$ 


500 00 



EXPENDITURES FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY 






APPROPRIATED 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




EIGHTY-NINTH AND 


NINETY-FIRST AND 




NINETIETH FISCAL YEARS 


NINETY-SECOND FISCAL YEARS 




1937-1939 


1939-1941 




DETAIL TOTAL 


DETAIL TOTAL 



Construction, Improvements and Equipment: 
Mount Shasta Summer School: 
Extension of service lines 
Improvements to roads and walks 
Improvements to supply room 
Construction of refrigeration room 
Refrigeration condensing unit 
Improvements to library building 
Improvements to auditorium 

Improvements to dormitories and other housing facilities 
Improvements to athletic field 

Totals, Capital Outlay 



$ 1 



650 00 

llOO 00 

550 00 

200 00 

500 00 

100 00 

500 00 
500 00 

200 00 



$ 10 000 00 



Page 184 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
CHICO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 






EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 






FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 






1937-38 


193S-39 


1939-40 


1940-1! 





FOR THE TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 



Tuition fees 

Materials and service fees 

Totals, Revenues 
Totals for biennium 



$ 3 510 oo $ 

ll? oo 

$ 3 553 oo $ 



3 880 oo 
87 00 

3 967 00 
5 553 00 

$ 7 520 00 



$ it 050 00 $ k 050 00 
90 00 90 00 



$ I4. lliO 00 



$ k 140 00 
k lito 00 

$ 8 280 00 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
FRESNO STATE COLLEGE 

SUMMARY 



Page 185 



GENERAL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support : 
Administration 
Instruction 
Maintenance and Operation of Plant 

Totals, Support 

Appropriated: 
By Budget Bill 

By Chapter 79ll, Statutes of 1957 

By Chapter 819, Statutes of 1955-Appropriated student fees 
By Allotment from Emergency Fund 

Totals 

Capital Outlay: 
Purchase of Land 
Construction, Improvements and Equipment 

Totals, Capital Outlay 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL ESTIMATED 

AND ESTIMATED I AND PROPOSED 

1937-1939 ftlENNIUH 1939-1941 BIENNIUH 

«9TM AND 90TH 91ST AND 92D 

FISCAL YEARS FISCAL YEARS 



INCREASE I + 1 

OR DECREASE I— 

FROM 

1937-1939 



$ 70 J05 11 t 75 570 00 $ +5 261i 89 

572 605 lil 622 298 00 +!i9 692 59 

75 U76 98 8? 759 00 +10 282 02 

$716 587 50 $781 627 00 $+65 259 50 



$555 750 00 $67lt 877 00 +$121 127 00 

58 950 00 - -58 950 00 

99 580 61 106 750 00 +7 169 59 

k 126 89 - -ii 126 89 

$716 587 50 $781 627 00 $+65 259 50 



$ 1|8 730 00 $ 

176 500 00 15 000 00 



$-te 780 00 

-161 500 00 



$225 280 00 $ 15 000 00 $-210 280 00 



$9lU 667 50 $796 627 00 $-lli5 olio 50 



REVENUES 

Appropriated Student Fees 
Rentals 

TOTAL REVENUES 



$ 99 580 61 

500 00 



$106 750 00 
500 00 



$ +7 169 59 



$ 99 880 61 $107 050 00 $ +7 169 59 



TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$ 12 600 7k 
219 15 



$ 15 750 00 
225 00 



$ +1 lil9 26 

+5 87 



$ 12 819 87 $ 15 975 00 $ +1 155 15 



REVENUES 

Student Fees 



$ 15 052 25 % 15 000 00 $ +1 9I17 75 



EXPENDITURES 
REVENUES 



GRAND TOTALS, ALL FUNDS 



$95lt I4.87 57 $810 602 00 -$Ui5 885 57 

$112 952 86 $122 050 00 $ +9 117 111 



ENROLLMENT AND UNIT COSTS 



Actual 1957-58 

Actual and estimated 1958-59 

Estimated 1959-40 

Estimated ^O-IJl 



REGULAR SESSION 



SPECIAL SESSION 



Fiscal Enrollment Cost per Enrollment Cost per 
Tear (Equivalent Student (Individuals) Student 
Students) 



1)129.1 

1620.0 


$2ll5 18 


225 92 


1681.0 


251 81 


1766.0 


221 9\ 



250 
295 
295 
295 

Located at Fresno 



$ 22 90 
25 51 
25 51 
25 51 



Page 186 



EDUCATION 
Department of- Education;'- 1 
FRESNO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF- OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 






GHOUP 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 






~3ie 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH'j : 90TRJ 91St| 92D1 


1940-41 



GENERAL FUND 



109 109' HI HI 
16- "11 -11 11 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

- "Salaries and : wages - 

- Full time ' 
Part t ime 
- "Mater ials~andr "supplies 

Service and expense 

Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$505 6J2 18 $517 020 00 $530 101 00 $3lj.o; 105 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

"-■■-: REGULAR' SESSION- '• 

dl- 00 000 Jmi HI SJRA$SGiN j V-t 

SALARIES -AMD WAGES 
_JL .,1-,,/X t~ "President jr" JZ 

11- 1 Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
111 Registrar 
- Recorder 

I 1 1 -Intermediate Clerk 

II 1.' : Dean of Women 

1 1 jjO "Qtts sistant Dean__of _WjDmen 

1- 1 1 Employment Secretary 

1 1 I Physician-(part time) 

III Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part time) 
111 Financial Secretary 
111 Intermediate Account Clerk 
111 Juni or Clerk 

- Student Assistants 

_2 _2 _H _Z Allotment for salary adjustments 

- Totals, Salaries and Wages 
11 10-10 10' --Full time 
1 "2 2 §2J5L-_Eart time:- 





16 221 95 


16 485 00 


18 800 00 


17 900 00 

16 053 00 




15 744 95 


15 526 00 


15 828 00 
2il 622 00 




12 793 42 


16 964 00 

$365 995 00 


17 558 00 




$350 392 50 


$589 681- 00 


$391 9L.6 00 






;-350 392 50 - 




3 389 681 00 






$716 587 50 




-,'$781 627 00 


Ex 


$ 7 200 00 


$ 7 200 00 


$ 7 200 00 


-$ 7 200 00 


Ex 


1 800 00 


2 OkO 00 
2 (460 00 


2 OkO 00 


2 Olj.0 00 


Ex 


3 300 00 


2 46O 00 


2 46O 00 


Ex 


1 800 00 


- 


_ 




Ex 


1 200 00 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


Ex 


3 240 00 

2 580 00 


3 2k0 00 
2 580 00 


' : 3 2ko 00 
2 580 00 


3 2k0 00 


Ex 


2 580 00 


Ex 


1 920 00 


2 100 00 


2 100 00 


, 2 100 00 


Ex 


- 


750 00 

600 00 


750 00 

600 00 


750 00 

600 00 


Ex 


550 00 


Ex 
Ex 


2 160 00 

1 320 00 


2 340 00 
1 440 00 


2 3)40 00 
1 J44O 00 


2 34O 00 
1 4&0 00 


Ex 


900 00 


950 00 


950 00 


950 00 


Ex 


1 ?56 20- 


1 250 00 


$ 29 345 00 


1 250 00 

2 150 00 




$ 29 326 20 


$ 28 270 00 


$ 30 420 00 



MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES' 
Executive 

Registrar's office 
-. Personnel offices - 
Business office 
Printing and mimeographing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Executive 

Registrar'-s office 
Personnel offices 
business office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Freight, cartage and express 
Pro rata charge for co-ordination expense 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 

Registrar's office 
Personnel offices 
Business office 
Printing and mimeographing 



Totals, Equipment 
TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 

TOTALS K0R BIENNIDH 






$ 


1+12 


$ 


50 00 


$ 50 00 


$ 


50 00 




30 12 




1 100 


00 


1 300 00 




1 300 00 




4 88 




50 00 


50 00 




150 00 




88 02 




100 


00 


150 00 




50 00 




1 371 10 
1 498 24 


$ 


185 
1485 


00 
00 


200 00 

$ 1 750 00 


$ 


100 00 


$ 


1 650 00 


i 


20 00 " 


$ 


10 


00 


$ 25 00 


$ 


25 00 




- 




20 


00 


20 00 




20 00. 




- 




20 


00 


20 00 




20 00 




56 05 




20 


00 


20 00 




20 00 




1 519 88 




1 500 


00 


1 500 00 




1 500 00 




1 062 50 




1 100 


00 


1 050 00 




1 050 00 




1 000 00 




1 000 


00 


1 000 00 




1 000 00 




195 03 




IkO 


00 


150 00 
1 240 00 

$ 5 025 00 




150 00 




- 


$ 


1 188 
It- 998 


00 
00 


* 


1 240 00 


$ 


3 853 k6 


5 025 00 


















$ 


237 78 


i 


125 


00 


$ 230 00 


$ 


_ 




6 i ^ 




125 


00 


400 00 




275 00 
60 00 




- 11B 89 




118 00 


-1-340 00 






- 




. 88 00 
. 456 00 


25 00 
$ 1 995 00 


i 


25 00 


$ 


4I8 21 

55 096 11 


36ft ,00. 


* 


35 209 


00 


$ 38 115 00 


37 H-55 00 

38 115 00 








35«96 


11 


" 








* 70 305 


11 




$ 75 570 00 



EDUCATION 
Department of Education 

E COLLEGE - Continued 



Page 187 



-ES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



REGULAR SESSION 
INSTRUCTION 



Continued 





EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


Ubll 


ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 


■ UIIII 


EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



i i \ 

5 3 3 



I I I I 



SAURIES Al.'L WAGES 

2 111 Dean 

1111 Director of Teacher Training 

£ £ £ £ Teacher in Art 

1 - - - Teacher in Art (part time) 

6 b 6 6 Teacher in Biological Science 
1 1 1 1 Teacher in Biological Science (part time) 

k Teacher in Commerce 

6 Teacher in Education 

J Teacher in Education (part time) 

7 7 7 7 Teacher in English 

1 - - - Teacher in English (part time) 

3 3 3 3 Teacher in Foreign Language 

2 2 2 2 Teacher in Fundamentals 
2 2 2 2 Teacher in Home Making 
1111 Teacher in Industrial Arts 
2 2 2 2 Teacher in Industrial Arts (part time) 

Teacher in Mathematics 

Teacher in Music 
1 Teacher in Music (part time) 
£ Teacher in Men's Physical Education 

5 Teacher in Women's Physical Education 
9 Teacher in Physical Science 
3 Teacher in Psychology 

6 Teacher in Social Science 
1 Teacher in Social Science (part time) 
1 Teacher in Speech Arts 
6 Demonstration Teacher 

Demonstration Teacher (part time) 
1 Librarian 
3 Senior Librarian 
1 Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

Special Lecturer 

Student Assistant 
jz. Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 
83 Full time 
8 Part time 



I i 

5 5 

9 9 

3 

5 

2 

l 

6 

1 

1 1-1 

3 3 3 

r°i 



I I 

i i 



i 



82 83 83 
l£ 8 8 



^82- J 83 85 



82 c 
lk S 






-Proposed new positions: 
1 Teacher in Physical Science 
1 Senior Librarian 
Special Lecturer 
- Student Assistant 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
85 Full time 
8 Part time 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Teaching service 
Practice teaching 
Library 
- Printing and mimeographing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
- -—Teaching service 
Library 
Contributions to Teachers' Retirement Fund 

Totals, Service and Expense 



Ex 


$ 8 550 oo 


$ £ 650 00 


650 


00 


$ £ 650 00 


Ex 


£ 350 oo 


00 
. 00 00 


50 00 

11 £00 00 


£ 350 00 
11 £00 00 


Ex 


9 3oO oo 


Ex 


750 oo 


- 


- 




- 




18 600 00 


19 320 00 


19 320 


00 


19 520 00 


Ex 


300 oo 


500 00 


300 


00 


300 00 


Ex 


9 270 00 


12 120 00 


12 120 


00 


12 120 00 


Ex 


17 357 00 


17 670 00 


17 670 


00 


17 670 00 


Kx 


891 00 


891 00 
19 680 00 


891 00 


891 00 


Ex 


19 145 00 


19 680 


00 


19 680 00 


Ex 


955 00 


- 


- 




- 


Ex 
Ex 


9 090 00 
3 5k0 00 


9 £50 00 
£ 080 00 


9 £50 00 
£ 080 00 


9 £50 00 

£ 080 00 


Ex 


5 700 00 


5 700 00 


5 700 


00 


5 700 00 


Ex 


3 120 00 


5 120 00 


3 120 


00 


5 120 00 


Ex 


1 216 00 


1 22£ 00 


1 22k 00 


1 22£ 00 


Ex 


10 680 00 


10 850 00 


10 830 


00 


10 850 00 


Ex 


11 £00 00 


13 770 00 


13 770 


00 


15 770 00 


Ex 


2 535 00 
12 £30 00 


1 22k 00 


1 22£ 


00 


1 22k 00 


Ex 


12 730 00 


12 730 00 


12 730 00 


Ex 


13 050 00 


13 530 00 


15 550 


00 


13 530 00 


Ex 


27 360 00 
10 £10 00 


28 £l0 00 


28 £l0 


00 


28 £l0 00 


Ex 


10 650 00 


10 650 


00 


10 650 00 


Ex 


15 660 00 


20 160 00 


20 160 00 


20 160 00 


Ex 


550 00 


300 00 


300 


00 


300 00 


Ex 


2 760 00 


3 000 00 


5 000 


00 


3 000 00 


Ex 


12 675 00 


13 980 00 


13 980 


00 


13 980 00 


Ex 


922 00 


- 


- 




- 


Ex 


2 700 00 


2 9k0 00 


2 9£o 


00 


2 9k0 00 


Ex 


5 630 00 


6 120 00 


6 120 


00 


6 120 00 


Ex 


1 000 00 


1 050 00 


1 050 


00 


1 050 00 


Ex 


50 00 


100 00 


100 


00 


100 00 


Ex 


10 582 80 


9 k77 00 


9 500 


00 


9 500 00 


- 


- 




5 280 00 
$267 529 00 


9 69b 00 




$252 566 80 


$2b2 226 00 


$271 9k5 00 


Ex 






2 £00 
1 800 


00 


2 520 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


00 


1 920 00 


Ex 


_ 


- 


195 


00 


195 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


l 315 
$275 259 


00 
00 


k 205 00 




$252 566 80 


$262 226 00 


$280 785 00 




$ 8 75k 57 


$ 9 000 00 


$ 10 000 


00 


$ 10 000 00 




275 12 


275 00 


300 


00 


300 00 
£00 00 




3k7 77 


300 00 


£00 


00 




1 590 75 
$ 10 968 21 


1 625 00 
$ 11 200 00 


1 700 


00 


1 700 00 




$ 12 £00 


00 


$ 12 £00 00 




$ 5 166 55 


$ 3 000 00 


$ 5 000 


00 


$ 3 000 00 




535 51 


500 00 


500 


00 


500 00 




210 00 


228 00 


228 00 


228 00 



$ 3 909 



$ 3 728 00 



3 728 00 $ 3 728 00 



Page 188 



EDUCATION 

Denartment of Education 
FRESNO' STATE COLLEGE - Continued 







EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 










NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 

NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



REGULAR SESSION 
INSTRUCTION - Continued 

EQUIPMENT 

Teaching service 

Practice teaching 

Library 

Printing and mimeographing 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, INSTRUCTION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



7 159 95 

£o 25 

hM 8o 

170 56 



$ 10 000 00 

50 00 

6 000 00 
2lil 00 



$ 10 020 00 

500 00 

8 800 00 

250 00 



$ 10 098 00 

100 00 
6 000 00 

250 00 



$ 11 715 54 


$ 16 291 00 


$ 19 570 00 


$ 16 14$ 00 


$279 160 lil 


$295 Ii45 00 

279 160 lil 


$508 957 00 


$515 561 00 
508 957 00 



$572 605 in 



$622 298 00 



MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF PLANT 
SAURIES AND WAGES 



1 


1 


1 


1 


Head Janitor 


5 


5 


5 


5 


Janitor 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Janitress 


1. 


] 


1 


1 


Janitress (part time) 
Mechanical Handyman 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Carpenter 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Flower Gardener 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Maintenance Repair Man 


2 


2 


2 


2 


Groundsman and Flower Gardener 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Chief Engineer 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Stationary Fireman 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Allotment for salary adjustments 
Totals, Salaries and Wages 


16 


16 


16 


16 


Full time 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Part time 



Ex 


$ 1 560 00 


$ 1 680 00 


$ 1 680 00 


$ 1 680 00 


Ex 


6 280 00 


7 250 00 


7 200 00 


7 200 00 


Ex 


1 080 00 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 


Ex 


600 71 


691; 00 


69li 00 


69!) 00 


Ex 


5 500 00 


5 600 00 


5 600 00 


5 600 00 


Ex 


1 800 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


Ex 


1 800 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


1 920 00 


Ex 


1 560 00 


1 560 00 


1 560 00 


1 560 00 


Ex 


2 558 1)7 


5 000 00 


5 000 00 


5 000 00 


Ex 


2 100 00 


2 280 00 


2 280 00 


2 280 00 


Ex 


1 520 00 


1 440 00 


1 1)1)0 00 


1 1)1)0 00 


- 


- 


- 


l 555 00 
$ 27 81)7 00 


2 756 00 




$ 25 759 18 


$ 26 52li 00 


$ 29 250 00 



MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 
Light, heat, power and water 
Automobile 
Repairs to buildings 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 
Light, heat, power and water 
Repairs to buildings 
Automobile 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 

Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 
Light, heat, power and water 
Repairs to buildings 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF PLANT 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 1 



859 09 

743 57 

159 22 
171 29 
822 55 



$ 1 



750 00 
750 00 
150 00 
150 00 

000 00 



$ 5 755 50 



$ 106 1)0 

59 57 

7 572 00 

181 75 

62 11 

$ 7 981 65 



$ 407 99 $ 
251 91 
17 Oli 
2 75 

$ 659 67 $_ 

$ 56 155 98 $ 



5 800 00 



100 00 

6 500 00 

100 00 

100 00 



117 00 
100 00 



57 5lU 00 
56 155 98 



$ 73 476 98 



1 800 00 
750 00 
150 00 
150 00 

1 800 00 



100 00 

6 500 00 

100 00 

375 00 



6 800 00 $ 7 075 00 



607 00 

2 1)50 00 



217 00 $ 5 057 00 



I4.2 629 00 



2 000 00 

750 00 
150 00 
150 00 

800 00 



1) 650 00 $ 5 850 00 



100 00 

7 000 00 

100 00 

100 00 

7 300 00 



1)00 00 
550 00 



$ 750 00 

$ la 150 00 

1)2 629 00 

$ 83 759 00 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 

FRESNO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

ITURES FOR CAPITAL 0! 



Page 189 



APPROPRIATED 

EIGHTY-NINTH AND 

NINETIETH FISCAL YEARS 

1937-1939 



Purchase of Land: 
Purchase of athletic field and church property 

Construction, Improvements and Equipment: 
Mechanical arts and shop building 
Roads, walks, sewers and plantings 
Alterations to toilet facilities 
Alterations and new equipment for home making 

laboratories 
Improvements to swimming pool 
Construction of new greenhouse 
Installation of new boiler 
Planting and landscaping 
Improvements on recreation fields for gymnasium 

and training school classes 
Improvements to classrooms 

Totals, Construction, Improvements and Equipment 

Totals, Capital Outlay 



$115 000 00 

50 000 00 

2 t-90 00 

2 iilO 00 

tJlO 00 

5 760 00 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 

NINETY-FIRST AND 

NINETY SECOND FISCAL YEARS 

1939-1941 



DETAIL 



TOTAL 



$ U8 780 00 



17c 500 oo 

4225 280 00 



fa 000 00 
fa 000 00 

2 000 00 
1 000 00 



1 
$ 15 000 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 

Revenue Appropriated for Support: 
Regular tuition fees 
Limited tuition fees 
Nonresident tuition fees 
Training school tuition fees 
Late registration fees 
Materials and service fees 
Miscellaneous fees 

Totals, Appropriated Revenue 

Revenue Not Appropriated: 

Rental of students' co-operative store 

Totals, Revenues 



Totals for biennium 

Appropriated 
Not appropriated 



$ 18 hkl 00 
5 000 00 

75P oo 

ZVt 00 
2? 781 72 

1 85li 89 

$ li8 080 61 

150 00 
$ 1;8 250 61 



99 580 61 
J00 00 



20 600 00 

5 000 00 
150 00 
750 00 
125 00 

25 075 00 
1 800 00 



150 00 



51 650 00 
£8 250 61 

99 880 61 



20 800 00 

5 000 00 
150 00 
750 00 
150 00 

26 100 00 
1 800 00 



21 JOO 00 

5 000 00 

150 00 

750 00 

150 00 

26 850 00 
1 800 00 



51 500 00 $ 52 750 00 % % 000 00 



150 00 



52 900 00 



$106 750 00 
500 00 



150 00 



$ 51; 150 00 

52 900 00 
$107 050 00 



Page 190 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 

FRESNO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 





EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


RANGE 
GROUP 
NUHBER 


ACTUAL 

EIGHTY-NINTH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



k 992 08 
181 81 
555 72 

18 15 


$ 5 855 00 
615 00 

k27 00 


$ 5 855 00 
615 00 

1|27 00 


$ 5 855 00 
615 00 

k27 00 


5 725 7k 


$ 6 875 00 
5 725 Ik 

$ 12 600 7I1 


$ 6 875 00 


$ 6 875 00 
6 875 00 

$ 15 750 00 



' 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION MP OBJECT 

SUMMER SESSION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Dean 
Teacher 

Librarian's Assistant 
Mechanical Handyman 
Student Assistant 
Temporary help 

m i. t o -1 • JIT 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AMD SUPPLIES 
Teaching service 
Operation 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Administration 
Teaching service 
Operation 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 

Teaching service 



Ex 


, kOO 00 
5 880 00 


$ kOO 00 


$ kOO 00 


$ kOO 00 


Ex 


k 500 00 


k 500 00 


k 500 00 


Ex 


lkO 00 


160 00 


160 00 


160 00 


Ex 


255 00 


150 00 


150 00 


150 00 


Ex 


217 08 


25k 00 


25k 00 


23k 00 


- 


100 00 


589 00 


589 00 


389 00 



$ k 992 



5 835 00 $ 5 833 00 $ 5 833 00 



115 62 
66 19 


$ 


576 00 
239 00 


$ 


576 00 
259 00 


$ 


376 00 
239 00 


181 81 


$ 


615 00 


$ 


615 00 


$ 


615 00 


382 Ok 

55 22 

116 k6 


$ 


59li 00 

55 00 

k27 00 


$ 


59k 00 

35 00 


$ 
$ 


59k 00 

5^ 00 


555 72 


$ 


k27 00 


k27 00 


18 13 




- 




_ 




_ 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 



Tuition fees 

Materials and service fees 

Totals, Revenues 
Totals for biennium 



$ k 9kk 00 $ 
797 25 

$ 5 7lH 25 $ 



6 200 00 
1 ill 00 

7 311 00 

5 7lU 25 



t 15 052 25 



$ 6 500 00 $ 
1 200 00 

$ 7 500 00 $ 



6 500 00 
1 200 00 

7 500 00 
7 500 00 



$ 15 000 00 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
HUMBOLDT STATE COLLEGE 

SUMMARY 



Taee 191 












ACTUAL 

AND ESTIMATED 

1937-1939 BIENNIUM 

89TH AND 90TH 

FISCAL YEARS 



ESTIMATED 

AND PROPOSED 

1939-1941 BIENNIUM 

91ST AND 92D 

FISCAL TEARS 



; 

INCREASE if] 

OR DECREASE 1- 

FROM 

1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support: 
Administration 
Instruction 
Maintenance and Operation of Plant 

Totals, Support 

ADTopriated: 
By Budget Bill 

By Chapter 794, Statutes of. 1957 
By Chapter 819, Statutes of 1955-Appropriated student fees 

Totals 

Capital Outlay: 

Construction, Improvements and Equipment 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



REVENUES 

Appropriated Student Fees 
Rentals 



$ 14-5 251 69 $44 195 00 

170 696 7a 192 :" 



56 716 72 



192 511 00 

. Jit 00 



$ +965 51 

+21 614 26 

,7 28 



$250 645 15 $278 000 00 $+27 55I1 85 



$209 668 48 
25 575 00 

15 601 67 



$260 900 00 
17 100 00 



$+51 251 52 

- 575 00 
498 55 



-25 575 00 

+ 1 49" 



TOTAL REVENUES . 





















.' r 

TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 



$250 645 15 $278 000 00 $+27 554 85 



225 500 00 



11 500 00 -212 000 00 



$474 145 15 $289 500 00 $-184 645 15 

$ 15 601 67 % 17 100 00 % +1 498 55 

960 00 960 00 

$ 16 561 67 $ 18 060 00 $ +1 498 55 



EXPENDITURES 
Support ! 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



REVENUES 

Student Fees 



$ 5 425 18 
55 00 



% 5 510 00 
55 00 



$ +84 82 



$ 5 480 18 $ 5 565 00 $ 

$ 2 752 50 $ 5 020 00 $ 



+84 82 
+267 50 



EXPENDITURES 



REVENUES 
00 OIS 

; 
00 OOii 



GRAM) TOTALS, ALL FUNDS 



00 0? 

00 OPS 
00 08i 



% 



ENROLLMENT AND UNIT COSTS 






! 



$479 625 55 $295 065 00 $-184 560 55 

. $ 19 514 17 % 21 080 00 $ +1 765 85 
egi 






REGULAR SESSION 



Actual 

Actual and estimated 

Estimated 

Estimated 



Fiscal 
Tear 



1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-40 
1940-41 



Enrollment 

(Equivalent 

Students) 

500.6 
543.0 
550.0 
555-0 



Cost per 

Student 



$410 40 
571 08 
399 7? 
588 94 



SUMMER SESSION 

Enrollment Cost per 
(Individuals) Student 



80 
80 



$ 55 60 

M 

54 44 



. 



Located at Areata 

■■ ■ 



^iea t 



Page 192 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
HUMBOLDT STATE COLLEGE - Continued 







EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 










NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




CROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 

EIGHTY-NINTH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH|90TH| 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



GENERAL FUED 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
38 37 38 38 Full time 
10 9 10 10 Part time 

Materials and supplies 

Service and expense 

Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



639 79 $109 0l)5 00 $117 170 00 $121 000 00 



6 1(88 31 

6 9bl). 62 

$123 365 15 



7 005 00 

7 074 00 

1) 156 00 

$127 280 00 

123 36? 1? 

$250 61)5 15 



7 3l)0 00 
5 9k\ 00 
9 TO 00 

$139 928 00 



7 3^0 00 
5 9W1 00 
3 788 00 

$138 072 00 
139 928 00 

$278 000 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

REGULAR SESSION 
ADMINISTRATION 



111 



SALARIES AND WAGES 
President 

Vice President (part salary) 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Registrar (part salary) 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 



6 6 6 
111 



Registrar and Director of Research (part salary) Ex 

Recorder Ex 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk Ex 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk Ex 

Dean of Women (part salary) Ex 

Physician (part time ) Ex 

Financial Secretary (part salary) Ex 

Intermediate Account Clerk Ex 

Intermediate Account Clerk (part time) Ex 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
Full time 
Part time 



6 500 00 

681 7I) 

1 920 00 

1 i|25 00 
1 680 00 

760 00 

1 600 03 

975 00 

2 209 32 
1 320 00 

150 00 



6 500 00 

709 00 

2 0l)0 00 

750 00 

1 680 00 

1 320 00 

660 00 

975 00 

2 363 00 
1 I|ilO 00 



19 221 09 $ 18 li37 00 



6 500 00 

709 00 

2 0l|0 00 

750 00 
1 680 00 

1 320 00 

660 00 
975 00 

2 363 00 
1 IjiiO 00 

1 119 00 



19 ol;9 00 $ 19 556 00 



500 00 

709 00 

0l)0 00 

750 00 

680 00 

320 00 

660 00 

975 00 

363 00 

liko 00 

612 00 



MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Executive 

Registrar's office 
Personnel offices 
Business office 
Printing and mimeographing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Executive 
Personnel offices 
Business office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Freight, cartage and express 
Pro rata charge for coordination expense 

Totals, Service and Expense 



J 37 29 $ 


35 00 


r 36 00 $ 


36 00 


19 67 


25 00 


25 00 


25 00 


22 22 


1)0 00 


ko 00 


1)0 00 


88 8k 
661 86 


90 00 


91 00 


91 00 


600 00 

790 00 


608 00 


608 00 


$ 829 88 $ 


( 800 00 $ 


800 00 


{ 5 op $ 


5 00 


, 5 00 $ 


5 00 


239 76 


250 00 


250 00 


250 00 


79 00 


50 00 


50 00 


50 00 


292 I4.0 


300 00 


300 00 


300 00 


211 38 


210 00 


210 00 


210 00 


31P 80 


250 00 


250 00 


250 00 


395 95 


1)00 00 


1)00 00 


1)00 00 




460 00 


1)80 00 


1)80 00 



$ 1 51)3 29 $ 1 925 00 



1 91)5 00 $ 1 91)5 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 9ZD 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
HUMBOLDT STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Pane 193 





mm 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETYSECOND 




imp 

■ ullll 


EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 






1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



REGULAR SESSION 
ADMINISTRATION - Continued 

EQUIPMENT 
Executive 
Registrar's office 
Business office 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



72 61 

90 6k 

322 18 



$ 485 45 



$ 22 079 69 $ 21 152 00 
22 079 69 

$ 45 231 69 



100 00 



100 00 



$ 21 89k 00 



$ z: 301 00 
21 89k 00 

$ 44 195 00 



INSTRUCTION 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


_ 


. 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


X 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


? 


? 


? 


?. 


5 


4 


4 


k 



1 1 
1 1 



1 1 



1 1 
1 1 



*& 1 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Director of Teacher Training Ex 

Dean Ex 

Teacher in Art Ex 

Teacher in Biological Science Ex 

Teacher in Biological Science (part time) Ex 

Teacher in Commerce Ex 

Teacher in Education Ex 

Teacher in English Ex 

Teacher in English (part salary) Ex 

Teacher in Foreign Language Ex 

Teacher in Home Making (part salary) Ex 

Teacher in Home Making (part time) Ex 

Teacher in Industrial Arts Ex 

Teacher in Mathematics Ex 

Teacher in Music Ex 

Teacher in Music (part time) Ex 

Teacher in Men's Physical Education Ex 

Teacher in Women's Physical Education Ex 
Teacher in Women's Physical Education 

(part salary) Ex 

Teacher in Physical Science Ex 

Teacher in Social Science (part salary) Ex 

Teacher in Social Science Ex 

Teacher in Speech Arts Ex 

Teacher-Supervisor Ex 

Supervising Teacher (part time) Ex 

Substitute Teacher Ex 

Extension Teacher Ex 

Special Lecturer Ex 

Student Reader Ex 

Librarian Ex 

Junior Librarian Ex 

Student Assistant Ex 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 
Full time 
Part time 

Proposed new position: 

Supervising Teacher (part time) Ex 









Totals, Salaries and Wages 


1 1 


2k 


24 


Full time 


9 


y 


Part time 



MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Teaching service 
Practice teaching 
Library 
Printing and mimeographing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



3 150 00 

3 750 00 

2 700 00 
LOO 00 

2],9 58 

300 00 

475 00 

kOO 00 

1)25 00 

Loo 00 

800 00 

375 00 

3 300 00 
3 300 00 
5 700 00 

585 00 

2 76O 00 

3 150 00 



2 Loo 00 

3 000 00 
3 068 15 

3 000 00 

2 700 00 

4 920 00 

3 165 00 

76 50 

637 33 

202 00 

56k 90 

3 120 00 

1 560 00 
518 30 



$ 3 450 00 $ 3 450 00 $ 3 450 00 



2 850 00 

3 000 00 

2 850 00 

3 450 00 
3 300 00 
6 450 00 

2 250 00 

2 550 00 

1 800 00 

3 450 00 
3 450 00 

6 000 00 

720 00 
3 000 00 
3 300 00 

1 980 00 
3 150 00 
3 191 00 



2 650 00 


2 850 00 


3 000 00 


5 000 00 


2 500 00 

3 450 00 


2 850 00 


3 450 00 


3 150 00 


3 300 00 
6 450 00 


6 450 00 


2 250 00 


2 250 00 


2 550 00 


2 550 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


3 450 00 


3 450 00 


3 450 00 


3 450 00 


5 550 00 


6 000 00 


720 00 


720 00 


3 000 00 


3 000 00 


3 300 00 


3 300 00 


1 980 00 


1 980 00 


3 150 00 


3 150 00 


3 191 00 


3 191 00 


3 150 00 


3 150 00 


2 520 00 


2 850 00 


5 220 00 


5 220 00 


2 430 00 


2 430 00 


- 


500 00 


860 oc 


860 00 


200 00 


200 00 


550 00 


550 00 


3 120 00 


3 120 00 


1 680 00 


1 680 00 


525 00 


525 00 


- 


2 293 00 



150 00 
850 00 

220 00 

430 00 
500 00 

860 00 
200 00 

550 00 

120 00 

680 00 
525 00 
676 00 



$ 75 151 76 $ 79 496 00 $ 85 569 00 $ 85 952 00 



1 400 00 



1 500 00 



$ 75 151 76 $ 79 496 00 $ 84 969 00 $ 87 452 00 



2 000 00 $ 2 300 00 $ 2 300 00 

450 00 450 00 450 00 

75 00 100 00 100 00 

150 00 150 00 150 00 

2 234 20 $ 2 675 00 $ 3 000 00 $ 3 000 00 



1 563 05 
455 14 
110 75 
125 28 



Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



Fage 194 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
HUMBOLDT STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 



REGULAR SESSION 
INSTRUCTION - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Teaching service 
Extension teaching 
Traveling 
Contributions to Teachers' Retirement Fund 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 

Teaching service 
Practice teaching 
Library 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, INSTRUCTION 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



7U- 81 $ 

21 00 



l^ 7f 



00 



85 00 

156 00 



$ 5 815 88 

61 80 

2 605 51 

$ 6 I179 19 



$ 1 965 00 

160 00 

1 880 00 



$ 8I4 19I4 7I1 $ 86 502 00 

au. 19!, 7I1 
$170 696 7I4 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



85 00 $ 85 00 $ 



I155 00 
156 00 



529 59 $ 526 00 $ 676 00 



5 52? 00 
2 927 00 
2 500 00 



li 005 00 $ 8 750 00 



$ 97 395 00 



85 00 

14-55 00 

156 00 



$ 676 00 
$ 1 558 00 

2 250 00 

$ 5 788 00 

$ 9I4. 916 00 
97 595 00 

$192 311 00 



MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF PUNT 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
x x x x Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds 

(part salary) 
5 5 3 3 Janitor 
2 2 2 2 Mechanical Handyman 
2 2 2 2 Groundsman and Flower Gardener 

- - - - Student Assistant 

- - Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 
7777 Full time 

Proposed new position: 
--11 Watchman 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
7788 Full time 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 
Light, heat and power 
Repairs to buildings 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 
Light, heat and power 
Repairs to buildings 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 

Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF PLANT 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 

Ex 


$ 
$ 


518 lli 
5 960 00 

2 880 00 

2 6I1O 00 

i+68 80 


$ 
$ 


522 00 

k 520 00 

5 120 00 

2 880 00 

1470 00 


$ 
$ 


522 00 
k 520 00 

5 120 00 

2 880 00 

k70 00 

81l0 00 

11 952 00 


)$ 
$ 


522 00 

li 520 00 

5 120 00 
2 880 00 

I170 00 
1 560 00 




10 266 9I1 


11 112 00 


12 672 00 


Ex 


$ 


_ 


$ 


_ 


$ 


1 200 00 

15 152 00 


$ 


1 520 00 




10 266 9lt 


11 112 00 


15 992 00 




$ 


288 27 

I4-8 62 

2 709 28 

578 06 


$ 


550 00 

Eo 00 
2 750 00 

IlOO 00 


$ 


550 00 
Ilo 00 

2 750 00 
IlOO 00 


$ 


550 00 

IlO 00 

2 750 00 

IlOO 00 




$ 


5 I+2I1 25 


$ 


5 5I10 00 


$ 


5 5I10 00 


$ 


5 51l0 00 




$ 


k9 59 
52 00 

5 01l7 214. 

250 92 


$ 


1(8 00 

50 00 

2 925 00 

1 800 00 


$ 


1l8 00 

50 00 

2 925 00 

500 00 


$ 


I18 00 

50 00 

2 925 00 

500 00 




$ 


5 599 55 


$ 


li 825 00 


$ 


5 525 00 


$ 


5 525 00 






- 


$ 


151 00 


$ 


600 00 
2I4 00 




_ 




$ 


- 




151 00 


$ 
$ 


62ll 00 


$ 


- 




17 090 72 


19 626 00 
17 090 72 


20 659 00 


20 855 00 
20 659 00 



$ 56 716 72 



$ In I49I4 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
HUMBOLDT STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY 



Page 195 



APPROPRIATED 

EIGHTY-NINTH AND 

NINETIETH FISCAL TEARS 

1937-1939 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 

NINETT.F1RST AND 

NINETY-SECOND FISCAL TEARS 

I939H94I 



DETAIL 



TOTAL 



Construction, Improvements and Equipment: 

Replace downspouts, gutters and plumbing of main building 
Installation of new boiler 

Fence, surface and equip grounds of training school 
Installation of ventilating fans 
Clear and level athletic field 
Dormitory and cafeteria 
Completion of training school 
Modernize plumbing of main building 
Improvements to roof of main building 
General Improvements to sidewalks, curbing, drainage 
system and grounds 

Totals, Capital Outlay 
Less Federal W. P. A. Grant 

Net Totals, Capital Outlay 



s 



5 196 2k 

5 565 3\ 

55,0 56 

%2li 00 

25 H97 I16 

195 000 00 

17 000 00 



izhi 112 00 

-23 612 00 

$225 500 00 



% 1 250 oc 

2 250 00 
8 000 00 



% 11 500 00 



$ 11 500 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 



Revenue appropriated for support: 
Regular tuition fees 
Limited tuition fees 
Extension tuition fees 
Nonresident tuition fees 
Materials and service fees 
Miscellaneous 

Totals, Appropriated Revenue 

Revenue not appropriated! 
Rentals 

Totals, Revenues 



Totals for biennium 

Appropriated 
Not appropriated 



% 


5 8k8 00 
180 00 
796 66 
,37 50 

2 la? 51 
75 00 


% 
% 


Ji 212 00 
100 00 

1 550 00 
500 00 

2 200 00 

85 00 
8 2li7 00 




h 51l2 00 
150 00 

1 550 00 

112 00 

2 1lU6 00 
100 00 


$ 
* 


h 39k 00 
150 00 

1 550 oc 

112 OC 

2 k9k oc 

100 00 


% 


7 35k 67 


8 500 00 


8 600 00 




1^80 00 




\&a 00 




li80 00 




1;80 00 


$ 


7 85I1 67 


% 


8 727 00 
7 85it 67 


$ 


8 980 00 


$ 


9 080 00 
8 980 00 






% 16 561 67 






$ 18 060 00 


$ 15 601 67 
960 00 






t 17 100 00 
960 00 







Page 196 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
HUMBOLDT STATE COLLEGE - Continued 







EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 










NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 

TOTALS 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



: 2 too oo 

181 15 

59 05 


$ 2 500 00 

199 00 

56 00 


$ 2 500 00 
200 00 

55 00 


$ 2 500 00 
200 00 

55 00 


f 2 670 18 


$ 2 755 00 
2 670 18 


$ 2 755 00 


$ 2 755 00 
2 755 00 



$ 5 I4.25 18 



$ 5 510 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

SUMMER SESSION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Director of Play Productions 

Director of Recreation 

Conference Leader 

Dean of Women 

Instructor 

Director of Demonstration School 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Administration 
Teaching service 
Demonstration school 
Operation 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Adminis tration 
Teaching service 
Operation 

Totals, Service and Expense 



Ex 


$ 


- 


$ 


100 00 


$ 


100 00 


$ 


100 00 


Ex 




100 00 




100 00 




100 00 




100 00 


Ex 




50 00 




50 00 




50 00 




50 00 


Ex 




50 00 




- 




- 




- 


Ex 




2 150 00 




2 100 00 




2 100 00 




2 100 00 


Ex 


$ 


100 00 
2 1;50 00 


$ 


150 00 

2 500 00 


$ 


150 00 


$ 


150 00 




2 500 00 


2 500 00 




$ 


9k 75 


$ 


96 00 


$ 


96 00 
ko 00 


$ 


96 00 

ko 00 






57 72 




59 00 










- 




19 00 




19 00 




19 00 






kS 68 




h5 00 




I4.5 00 




k5 00 



$ 181 15 $ 

$ 2 50 $ 
56 55 



199 00 



6 00 
50 00 



200 00 



5 00 
50 00 



200 00 



5 00 
50 00 



59 05 $ 56 00 $ 55 00 $ 



55 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 



Tuition fees 

Materials and service fees 

Totals, Revenues 
Totals for biennium 



$ 1 182 00 

% 75 

$ 1 256 75 



$ 1 li55 00 
60 75 

$ 1 515 75 
1 256 75 

$ 2 752 50 



$ 1 450 00 
60 00 

$ 1 510 00 



$ 1 24.50 00 

60 00 

$ 1 510 00 
1 510 00 

$ 5 020 00 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SAN DIEGO STATE COLLEGE 



Page 197 



SBNERAL FOHI 



SOfflAKi 



ACTUAL ESTIMATED 

AND ESTIMATED AND PROPOSED 

1937-1939 BIENNIUM 1939-1941 BiENNIUM 
89TH AND 90TH | 9IST AND 9ZD 
FISCAL YEARS FISCAL YEARS 1937-1939 



INCREASE I + 1 

OR DECREASE I — I 
FROM 



EXPENDITURES 
Support: 
Administration 
Instruction 
Maintenance and Operation of Plant 

Totals, Support 

Appropriated: 
By Budget Bill 

By Chapter 791;, Statutes of 1957 
By Chapter 819, Statutes of 1955 
Appropriated student fees 

Totals 

Capital Outlay: 

Construction, Improvements and Equipment 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$ 85 6?2 00 
511 527 00 

101 750 58 



565 695 00 



$110 558 00 
699 185. 00 
145 058 00 



$+25 686 00 

+167 657 00 

+55 507 52 



$697 959 58 $955 600 00 +$256 650 52 



+555 195 00 
-91 575 00 



505 505 00 
91 575 00 

101 169 kB 



$697 959 58 $955 600 00 +$256 650 52 



858 500 00 

116 100 00 +14 950 52 



15 500 00 -5I18 195 00 



$1 061 bkk kB $970 100 00 $-91 555 kB 



REVENUES 

Appropriated Student Fees 

Rentals 

Miscellaneous 

TOTAL REVENUES 



$101 169 58 $116 100 00 $+15 950 52 

500 00 50c 00 

125 00 li;5 00 +20 00 

$101 595 58 $116 555 00 $+15 950 52 



TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 



EXPENDITURES 
Support 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



REVENUES 

Student Fees 



$ 19 027 85 
211 01 

$ 19 258 86 
$ 20 282 00 



26 000 00 $ +6 972 15 
210 00 -1 01 



$ 26 210 00 $ +6 971 15. 



$ 51 000 00 $+10 718 00 



EXPENDITURES 
REVENUES 



GRAND TOTALS, ALL FUNDS 



$1 080 885 55 
$121 876 58 



$996 510 00 $-85 575 55 
$15.7 555 00 $+25 668 52 



ENROLLMENT AND UNIT COSTS 



REGULAR SESSION 



SUMMER SESSION 



Actual 

Actual and estimated 

Estimated 

Estimated 



Fiscal 
Year 



1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-50 
I950-51 



Enrollment 

(Equivalent 

Students) 

1615.9 
1920.0 
2100.0 
2200.0 



Cost per 
Student 



$212 71 
185 59 
215 75 
227 96 



Enrollment 
(Individuals) 



557 
500 

m 



Cost per 
Student 



$22 55 
22 05 
22 05 
18 98 



'Page 198 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SAN DIEGO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



105 107 157 HiB 
15 lli 15 Hi 



GENERAL FUND 
RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages: 

Full time 

Part time 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$288 1|16 05 $307 671 00 $376 381 00 $104 551 00 



19 4-92 23 21 llOO 00 
15 192 36 16 367 00 

20 620 84 8 790 00 



$345 721 I18 $354 228 00 
545 721 it3 

$697 949 48 



21i 875 00 

22 690 00 

29 155 00 

$455 079 00 



27 420 00 
25 780 00 
35 990 00 

$501 521 00 
455 079 00 

$954 600 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 











REGULAR SESSION 




















ADMINISTRATION 




















StT.JPTES AND WAGES 












1 


1 


1 


1 


President 


Ex 


$ 7 200 00 


$ 7 200 00 


$ 7 200 00 


$ 7 200 00 


- 


X 


X 


X 


Vice President (part salary) 


Ex 


- 


1 087 00 


1 087 00 


1 087 00 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Senior Stenograoher-Clerk 


Ex 


1 680 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Registrar 


Ex 


3 000 00 


3 180 00 


3 180 00 


3 180 00 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Assistant Registrar 


Ex 


1 680 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Recorder 


Ex 


1 680 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Intermediate Stenograoher-Clerk (part time) 


Ex 


550 00 


660 00 


660 00 


66c c: 


1 


- 


- 


- 


Junior Stenographer-Clerk (part time) 


Ex 


500 00 


- 


- 


- 


1 


i 


1 


1 


Dean of Women 


Ex 


2 850 00 


3 000 00 


3 000 00 


3 000 00 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Dean of Men (part salary) 


Ex 


5 000 00 


3 000 00 


3 000 00 


3 000 00 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Physician (part time) 


Ex 


500 00 


542 00 


1 084 00 


1 O84 00 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Physician (part salary) 


Ex 


750 00 


825 00 


825 00 


825 00 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Graduate Nurse 


Ex 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


1 


1 


i 


1 


Senior Clerk 


Ex 


1 650 00 


1 770 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 


1 


i 


1 


Junior Statistician 


Ex 


1 680 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Financial Secretary 


Ex 


5 000 00 


3 000 00 


5 000 00 


3 000 00 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Assistant Financial Secretary 


Ex 


197 00 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Senior Typist Clerk 


Ex 


1 471 00 


l 680 00 


l 680 00 


1 680 00 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Teleohone Operator 


Ex 


720 00 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Student Assistants 


Ex 


950 55 


1 350 00 


1 350 00 


1 350 00 


_z 


— 


— 


— 


Allotment for salary adjustments 
Totals, Existing Employments 






- 


1 163 00 
$ 38 929 00 


2 288 00 




$ 54 558 55 


$ 37 194 00 


$ 40 054 00 



15 15 15 

322 



Full time 
Part time 



13 15 17 17 
3 2 2 2 



Proposed new positions: 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

(increased time) 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Assistant to Dean of Women 
Junior Typist-Clerk 
Student Assistants 



Totals, Salaries and 
Full time 
Part time 



MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Exe cutive 

Registrar's office 
Personnel offices 
Business office 
Printing and mimeographing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 

Ex 



$ 34 558 35 % 57 194 00 



705 


00 


765 


00 


- ■_■_. 


00 


2 880 00 


2 Oi-0 


00 


2 160 60 


960 


00 


1 020 


■:c 


250 


00 


250 
$ 47 129 


:: 


$ 45 524 


00 


00 



18 11 

211 27 

157 76 

lljl 20 

1 472 46 


$ 25 00 
280 00 
180 00 

150 00 

1 565 00 


$ 2= ;; 
325 00 

200 00 

160 00 

2 065 00 


$ 25 00 
350 00 
225 00 
170 00 

2 200 00 


2 000 80 


$ 2 200 00 


$ 2 775 00 


$ 2 -970 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SAN DIEGO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



: 199 



REGULAR SESSION 
ADMINISTRATION - 



Continued 



SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Executive 

Registrar's office 
Personnel offices 
Business office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Freight, cartage and express 
Pro rata charge for co-ordination expense 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Executive 

Registrar's office 
Personnel offices 
Business office 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



ULAIT 
■UNfll 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-30 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



$ 


20 00 


$ 20 


00 


$ 


20 


00 


$ 20 


00 




- 


50 


00 




75 


00 


75 


00 




65 52 


75 


00 




90 00 


90 00 




77 50 


90 00 




90 


00 


90 


00 




831 80 


550 


00 




800 00 


850 


00 




1 112 7k 


1 150 


00 




1 300 


00 


1 koo 


00 




878 00 


900 00 




1 000 


00 


1 100 


00 




597 80 


365 


00 




k00 


00 


k50 


00 




- 


1 150 


00 


$ 


1 200 

k 975 


00 
00 


1 200 


00 


$ 


5 583 36 


$ k 350 


00 


$ 5 275 


00 


$ 


6 kO 


$ 




$ 


90 


00 


$ 






529 21 


100 


00 




5k5 


00 


250 


00 




165 15 
k 75 

705 51 


200 


00 




300 
425 

1 360 


00 


100 


00 




- 




$ 


00 
00 


- 




$ 


$ 300 


00 


$ 350 


00 


$ kO 628 00 


$ kk okk 


00 


$ 51 


00 


$ 55 72k 

5k 63k 


00 






k0 628 


00 








CO 






$ 8k 672 


00 








$110 358 


00 



INSTRUCTION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

2 2 2 2 Dean 

1111 Director of Teacher Training 

k k k k Teacher in Art 

1 - - - Teacher in Art (part time) 

5 5 5 5 Teacher in Biological Science 

- 1 1 1 Teacher in Biological Science (part time) 

3 3 3 3 Teacher in Commerce 
1111 Teacher in Commerce (part time) 

2 2 2 2 Teacher in Education 
k k k k Teacher in English 
1111 Teacher in English (part salary) 
2 3 3 3 Teacher in English (part time) 

2 2 2 2 Teacher in Foreign Language 

3 3 3 3 Teacher in Foreign Language (part time) 
1111 Teacher in Industrial Arts 

2 2 2 2 Teacher in Mathematics 

3 5 3 3 Teacher in Music 

3 5 5 5 Teacher in Men's Physical Education 

x x x x Teacher in Men's Physical Education (part 

5 3 3 3 Teacher in Women' s Physical Education 
1111 Teacher in Women' s Physical Education 

(part salary) 

6777 Teacher in Physical Science 

-111 Teacher in Physical Science (part time) 

2 2 2 2 Teacher in Psychology 

8 8 8 8 Teacher in Social Science 

1111 Teacher in Social Science (part time) 

1111 Teacher in Speech Arts 

1111 Teacher in Speech Arts (part time) 

- Substitute Teacher 

- - - - Special Lecturers 
7 8 8 8 Teacher Supervisor 

- Supervising Principals 

- - - - Supervising Teachers 
1111 Librarian 

6 6 6 6 Senior Librarian 



Ex 


$ 8 700 00 


$ 8 700 00 


$ 8 700 00 


$ 8 700 00 


Ex 


2 9ko 


00 


5 060 00 


5 060 00 


3 060 00 


Ex 


10 710 


00 


10 980 00 


10 980 00 


10 980 00 


Ex 


510 


00 


- 


- 


- 


Ex 


ik oko 


00 


Ik 820 00 


Ik 820 00 


Ik 820 00 


Ex 


- 




510 00 


510 00 


510 00 


Ex 


8 k90 


00 


8 610 00 


8 610 00 


8 610 00 


Ex 


k97 


00 


600 00 


600 00 


600 00 


Ex 


6 750 


00 


7 050 00 


7 050 00 


7 050 00 


Ex 


12 750 


00 


15 520 00 


15 320 00 


15 520 00 


Ex 


k 550 


00 


5 265 00 


3 263 00 


3 263 00 


Ex 


5 539 


00 


5 180 00 


3 180 00 


5 180 00 


Ex 


6 750 


00 


7 050 00 


7 050 00 


7 050 00 


Ex 


5 295 


00 


5 771 00 


5 771 00 


5 771 00 


Ex 


2 koo 


00 


2 520 00 


2- 520 00 


2 520 00 


Ex 


6 090 


00 


6 210 00 


6 210 00 


6 210 00 


Ex 


9 k50 


00 


8 700 00 


8 700 00 


8 700 00 


Ex 


7 500 


00 


8 010 00 


8 010 00 


8 010 00 


salary)Ex 


1 000 


00 


1 000 00 


1 000 00 


1 000 00 


Ex 


6 5ko 


00 


7 050 00 


7 050 00 


7 050 00 


Ex 


2 025 


00 


2 115 00 


2 115 00 


2 115 00 


Ex 


16 890 


00 


19 k7o 00 


19 k7o 00 


19 k70 00 


Ex 


k5k 


00 


1 H50 00 


1 k50 00 


1 fco 00 


Ex 


7 050 


00 


6 000 00 


6 000 00 


6 000 00 


Ex 


25 200 


00 


26 160 00 


26 16000 


26 160 00 


Ex 


900 


00 


1 550 00 

2 koo 00 


1 550 00 

2 koo 00 


1 350 00 

2 koo 00 


Ex 


2 280 00 


Ex 


l kko 


00 


1 500 00 
408 00 


1 500 00 

to 00 


1 500 00 
kos 00 


Ex 






Ex 


70 


00 


150 00 


150 00 


150 00 


Ex 


19 080 


00 


22 770 00 


22 770 00 


22 770 00 


Ex 


500 


00 


500 00 


500 00 


500 00 


Ex 


1 860 00 


2 lko 00 


2 lko 00 


2 iko 00 


Ex 


2 9ko 


00 


5 120 00 


5 120 00 


3 120 00 


Ex 


12 720 


00 


15 kko 00 


13 kko 00 


15 kko 00 



I Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



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EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SAN DIEGO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 







EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 










NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
CRODR 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH 1 90TH I 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



70 72 72 72 

9 11 11 11 



REGULAR SESSION 
INSTRUCTION - Continued 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Mimeograph Operator (part salary) 
Student Assistants 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 
Full time 
Part time 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 


$ i 650 00 

360 00 

6 938 68 


$ 2 500 00 
8 UiO 00 


$ 2 770 00 
8 140 00 

7 889 00 

$242 176 00 


$ 2 770 00 
8 lllO 00 

l4 355 00 




$220 658 68 


$234 017 00 


$248 6I4.O 00 



Proposed new positions: 
Teacher in Art 
Teacher in Art (part time) 
Teacher in Biological Science 
Teacher in Commerce 
Teacher in Education 
Teacher in English 
Teacher in Foreign Language 
Teacher in Industrial Arts 
Teacher in Mathematics 
Teacher in Music 

Teacher in Men's Physical Education 
Teacher in Women's Physical Education 
Teacher in Physical Science 
Teacher in Psychology 
Teacher in Social Science 
Junior Typist-Clerk 
_^ _jz_ _^ jz. Student Assistants 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
70 72 95 106 Full time 
9 11 12 11 Part time 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 



Ex 


- 


_ 


_ 


2 kOO 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


1 650 00 


- 


Ex 


- 


- 


4 200 00 


6 840 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


2 400 00 


2 520 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


2 li-00 00 


4 920 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


4 800 00 


11 614.0 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


1 140 00 


1 200 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


900 00 
2 Eoo 00 


1 860 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


2 520 00 

- 2 400 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


- 


Ex 


- 


- 


3 500 00 

2 4oo 00 


1; 440 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


2 520 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


7 750,00 


11 170 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


2 ioo 00 


2 520 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


7 200 00 


13 560 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


960 00 


1 020 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


1 990 00 

$288 066 00 


1 990 00 




$220 658 68 


$2514. 017 00 


$322 160 00 



Teaching service 

Practice teaching 

Library 

Printing and mimeographing 


$ 


7 517 90 

1 118 66 

358 48 

751 97 


$ 8 500 00 

1 100 00 
500 00 
900 00 


$ 9 000 00 

1 200 00 

800 00 

1 100 00 


$ 10 000 00 

1 300 00 

900 00 

l 300 00 


Totals, Materials and Supplies 


$ 


9 747 01 


$ 11 000 00 


$ 12 100 


00 


$ 13 500 00 


SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Teaching service 
Practice teaching 
Library 

Printing and mimeographing 
Contributions to Teachers' Retirement Fund 


$ 


2 026 75 
122 56 

1 969 79 

21 26 

186 00 


$ 2 215 00 

180 00 

1 900 00 

34 00 

192 00 


$ 2 400 

200 

2 200 

240 


00 
00 
00 
00 
00 


$ 2 600 00 

220 00 

2 400 00 

50 00 

360 00 


Totals, Service and Expense 


$ 


4 326 36 


$ 4 521 00 


$ 5 090 


00 


$ 5 630 00 


EQUIPMENT 

Teaching service 
Practice teaching 
Library 


$ 13 575 97 

403 15 
5 477 83 


$ 2 650 00 

250 00 

5 100 00 


$ 15 635 

500 

10 000 


00 
00 
00 


$ 15 280 00 
725 00 

12 500 00 


Totals, Equipment 


$ 19 256 95 
$253 989 00 


$ 8 000 00 


$ 24 133 

$329 389 


00 
00 


$ 28 505 00 


TOTALS, INSTRUCTION 


$257 538 00 
253 989 00 


$569 795 00 
529 389 00 


TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 






$511 527 00 






$699 184 00 



1 Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SAN DIEGO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Fage 201 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




IAULS1 
UJKM 

- -en 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


EIGHTY-NINTH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


NINETIETH 

FISCAL fEAR 

1938-39 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH j 90THJ 91ST | 920 


1940-41 



REGULAR SESSION 

MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF PLANT 











SALARIES AND WAGES 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Head Janitor 


6 


6 


6 


6 


Janitor 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Janitor (part salary) 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Maintenance Repairman 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Mechanical Handyman 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Watchman 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Watchman (part time) 


1 


L 


1 


1 


Women's Rest Room Attendent 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Intermediate Stock Clerk 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Flower Gardener 


■j 


■s 


"5 


5 


Groundsman and Flower Gardener 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Stationary Engineman 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Stationary Fireman 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Stationary Fireman (part salary) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Student Assistants 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Allotment for salary adjustments 
Totals, Existing Employments 


22 


22 


22 


22 


Full time 


1 


1 


I 


1 


Part time 
Proposed new positions: 


- 


- 


1 


1 


Maintenance Repairman 


— 


— 


_2 


_2 


Gardener 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 


22 


22 


2-7 


25 


Full time 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Part time 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 



kOO 00 
680 00 
796 00 
500 00 
200 00 
560 00 

500 oo 

000 00 
200 00 
kkO 00 

1 920 00 

6 fej 00 

2 OkO 00 
1 kkO 00 

550 oo 
5E0 ok 



2 580 00 

1 800 00 

8 520 00 

660 00 

520 00 

680 00 

680 00 

000 00 

520 00 
560 00 
OkO 00 
520 00 

160 00 

560 00 
720 00 
5ko 00 



2 580 00 
1 800 00 
8 520 00 
660 00 
520 00 
680 00 
680 00 
000 00 

520 00 
560 00 
tiko 00 
520 00 
160 00 
560 00 
720 00 
5k0 00 
571 00 



2 580 00 
1 800 00 
8 520 00 
660 00 
520 00 
680 00 
680 00 
000 00 

520 00 
560 00 

OkO 00 
520 00 
160 00 
560 00 
720 00 
5ko 00 
262 00 



$ 55 219 Ok $ 56 k60 00 $ J8 851 00 $ ko 722 00 



1 520 00 

2 6k0 00 



1 kkO 00 

2 080 DC 



$ 55 219 Ok $ 56 k60 00 $ k2 791 00 $ k5 0k2 00 



MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 
Light, heat, power and water 
Repairs to buildings 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 
Light, heat, power and water 
Repairs to buildings 
Rental of classroom space 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 

Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 
Light, heat, power and water 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF PLANT 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 2 652 86 

66k 59 

2 552 13 

1 875 Ok 



$ 5 100 00 
650 00 

2 550 00 

1 900 00 



3 300 00 

700 00 

5 000 00 

5 000 00 



$ 3 600 00 

750 00 

5 500 00 

3 300 00 



$ 7 7kk k2 $ 8 200 00 $ 10 000 00 $ 10 950 00 



$ 21k 68 $ 
, 335 67 
6 923 ok 
9 25 



2k6 00 

ko 00 

7 200 00 

10 00 



250 00 

75 00 

7 500 00 

5 000 00 



500 00 

75 00 

7 500 00 

5 000 00 



$ 7 k82 61i $ 7 k96 00 



12 625 00 $ 12 875 00 



29 kB 

621 15 

7 75 



50 00 
580 00 

60 00 



2 5k0 -00 
800 00 

500 00 



$ 6 835 00 

200 00 

100 00 



$ 658 38 $ k90 00 $ 5 6k0 00 $ 7 135 00 



$ k9 10k k8 



$ 52 6k6 00 
&9 10k k8 

$101 750 k8 



$ 69 056 00 



$ 76 002 00 

69 056 00 
$lk5 058 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



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EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SAN DIEGO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY 



Construction, Improvement s and Equipment: 
Sidewalks and planting at Scrlpps Cottage 
Passage through dark room 
Painting and new light fixtures in Registrar's and 

Business offices 
Improvements to clock system 
Lockers in chemistry classroom 

Observation stand and platform for astronomy class 
Reline fire boxes and power plant boilers 
Install lawn sprinklers 

Construct rubble wall in training school playground 
Grade and oil parking lots 
Resurface road to gymnasium 
Grading and hauling top soil, install irrigation 

facilities and plantings 
Erect fence on training school road 
Construct six frame handball courts 
Miscellaneous improvements 
Install new steam line 
Greek theatre 
Library reading room 
Lecture hall and classrooms 
Boiler and services 
Science building 
Music building 
Library book stacks 
Installation of new lighting system 
Storage and utility quarters under bleachers 
Cement walks, and sprinkling system 
Book stacks in library tower 
Alterations to offices and classrooms 
Alterations to clock and bell system 

Totals, Capital Outlay 

Less Federal W.P.A. Allotments 

Net Totals, Capital Outlay 



APPROPRIATED 

EIGHTY-NINTH AND 

NINETIETH FISCAL YEARS 

1937-1939 



$ 6 



800 00 

4oo oo 

750 oo 
750 oo 
6oo oo 
800 oo 
250 00 
500 00 
000 00 

600 00 

900 00 



8 750 00 
750 00 

10 800 00 

1 736 00 
76 262 00 
23 195 00 
54 000 00 
96 000 00 
22 000 00 
ko 000 00 
64 000 00 

50 500 00 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 

NINETY-FIRST AND 

NINETY-SECOND FISCAL YEARS 

1939-1941 



DETAIL 



TOTAL 



$478 343 00 
-114 648 00 

$563 695 00 



5 000 00 

1 000 00 
3 000 00 
3 000 00 
3 500 00 

2 000 00 



15 500 00 



15 500 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 

Revenue Appropriated for Support: 
Regular tuition fees 
Limited tuition fees 
Nonresident tuition fees 
Training school tuition 
Late registration 
Materials and service fees 

Totals, Appropriated Revenue 

Revenue Not Appropriated: 

Rental-Students bookstore space 
Miscellaneous 

Totals, Revenue Not Appropriated 

Totals, Revenues 

Totals for bieiuiium 

Appropriated 
Not appropriated 



I 23 322 00 
403 75 


$ 27 638 00 


$ 28 000 00 


$ 29 500 00 
400 00 


ioo 00 


400 00 


112 50 


225 00 


225 00 


225 00 


897 50 


925 00 
foo 00 


950 00 
459 00 


975 00 
470 00 


432 00 


21 601 73 


24 762 00 


26 072 00 


28 424 00 



$ 46 769 48 $ 54 4oo 00 $ 56 106 00 $ 59 994 00 



150 00 
60 00 



150 00 
65 00 



150 00 
70 00 



150 00 
75 00 



$ 210 00 $ 



215 00 



$ 46 979 48 $ 



615 00 
979 48 



220 00 $ 225 00 



$ 60 219 00 
56 326 00 



$101 594 48 



$101 169 48 
425 00 



$ 56 326 00 



$116 100 00 
445 00 



$116 545 00 



educatio:: 

Department of Education 
SAN DIEGO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 



Fage 203 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 920 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENN1UM 

ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

SUMMER SESSION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Director 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Typist-Clerk 
Instructors 
Janitor 
Student Assistants 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Administration 
Teaching 
Operation 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Administration 
Teaching 
Operation 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 

Administration 

Teaching 

Library 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSEO EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 

EIGHTY-NINTH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



6 li95 50 $ 8 506 00 

591 05 1 200 00 

20 92 200 00 

902 58 1 5lii 00 



$ 11 020 00 

8 007 85 



$ 8 007 85 



10 050 00 $ 10 050 00 

1 500 00 ■ 1 500 00 

200 00 200 00 

1 !i70 00 1 I170 00 



$ 15 000 00 
15 oco 00 



$ 15 000 00 



$ 19 027 85 



$ 26 000 00 



Totals, Equipment 



$ 250 00 

110 00 

5 855 00 
100 00 
198 50 


$ 

$ 


220 00 
715 00 

6 575 00 
100 00 
698 00 

8 506 00 


$ 
$ 


500 00 

960 00 

7 890 00 

100 00 

780 00 


$ 


500 00 

960 00 

7 890 00 

100 00 

780 00 


I 6 1;95.50 


10 050 00 


10 050 00 


i 100 2li 
557 70 

155 11 




150 00 
700 00 
550 00 


$ 
$ 


200 00 

700 00 
ioo 00 


$ 


200 00 

700 00 
Iloo 00 


I 591 05 


1 200 00 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


5 n 


$ 
$ 


150 00 
25 00 
25 00 


$ 


150 00 
25 00 
25 00 




150 00 
25 00 
25 00 


20 92 


200 00 


200 00 


200 00 


522 lit 
125 52 

k5k 72 


$ 


500 00 
21I1 00 

800 00 

1 514 00 


$ 


200 00 

270 00 

1 000 00 


$ 


200 00 

270 00 

1 000 00 


902 58 


1 2170 00 


1 1l70 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR TEE TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 



Tuition fees 

Materials and service fees 

Totals, Revenues 
Totals for biennium 



$ 7 905 00 
659 00 

$ 8 561; 00 



$ 10 775 00 
9fe 00 

$ 11 718 00 

8 5&1 00 
t 20 282 00 



$ 15 200 00 

1 050 00 
$ Ul 250 00 



$ 15 550 00 
1 200 00 

$ 16 750 00 

lit 250 00 

$ 51 000 00 



Page 204 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SAN FRANCISCO STATE COLLEGE 

SUMMARY 






ACTUAL 

AND ESTIMATED 

1937-1939 BIENNIUM 

89TH AND 90TH 

FISCAL YEARS 



ESTIMATED 

AND PROPOSED 

1939-1941 BIENNIUM 

91ST AND 92D 

FISCAL YEARS 



INCREASE ( + > 

OR DECREASE (— 

FROM 

1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support: 
Administration 
Instruction 
Maintenance and Operation of Plant 

Totals, Support 

Appropriated: 
67 Budget Bill 

By Chapter 79k, Statutes of 1937 
By Chapter 819, Statutes of 1935-Appropriated student fees 

Totals 

Capital Outlay: 
Purchase of Land 
Construction, Improvements and Equipment 

Totals, Capital Outlay 
TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$ 8k 785 6k 

508 023 69 

82 285 25 



$100 8kk 00 
629 566 00 
99 7ko 00 +17 45k 75 



$+16 058 36 
121 5k? 31 



$675 09k 58 $830 150 00 +$155 055 k2 

$517 370 15 $751 250 00 +$213 879 85 

71 050 00 - -71 050 00 

86 67k k3 98 900 00 +12 225 57 

$675 09k 58 $830 150 00 +$155 055 k2 



$300 000 00 
kl2 800 00 



-$300 000 00 
15 000 00 -397 800 00 



$712 800 00 $ 15 000 00 -$697 800 00 



$1 387 89k 58 $8k5 150 00 -$5k2 7kk 58 



REVENUES 

Appropriated Student Fees 

Rentals 

Miscellaneous 

TOTAL REVENUES 



$ 86 67k k3 

1 231 89 

290 79 
$ 88 197 11 $100 500 00 $+12 302 



98 900 00 $+12 225 57 

1 300 00 +68 11 

300 00 +9 21 



TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support 
Contributions to Employees' Retirement Fund 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$ k8 613 00 $ 52 000 00 $ +3 387 00 
685 71 700 00 +11l 29 



k9 



71 $ 52 700 00 $ +3 koi 29 



REVENUES 

Student Fees 



$ k9 803 23 $ 5k 500 00 $ +k 696 77 



EXPENDITURES 
REVENUES 



GRAND TOTALS, ALL FUNDS 



$1 k37 193 29 $897 850 00 -$559 3k3 29 
$138 000 3k $155 000 00 $+16 999 66 



ENROLLMENT AND UNIT COSTS 



Actual 

Actual and estimated 

Estimated 

Estimated 



Fiscal 
Year 

1937-38 
1938-39 
1939-kO 

1950-41 



REGULAR SESSION 



Enrollment 
( Equivalent 
Students) 

1585,1 

1810.0 

1850.0 

1900.0 



Cost per 
Student 

$222 kO 
190 75 
220 58 
222 Ik 



SUMMER SESSION 

Enrollment Cost per 
(Individuals) Student 



1136 

125k 
1350 
450 



20 70 
20 02 
19 26 
17 93 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
"RAHCISCO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Fage 205 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



GENERAL FUND 



97 101; 115 115 

20 20 19 19 



1 
1 
1 
x 

X 

1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

2 
x 

1 1 
- 1 
1 1 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 

Full time 

Part time 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

REGULAR SESSION 
ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

President 

Vice President (part salary) 

Curriculum Co-ordinator (part time) 

Budget Adviser 

Registrar 

Assistant Registrar 

Dean of Women (part salary) 

Dean of Men (part salary) 

Physician (part salary) 

Physician (part time) 

Employment Secretary 

Comptroller 

Senior Account Clerk 

Junior Account Clerk 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part salary) 

Intermediate Clerk 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

Telephone Operator and Stenographer 

Student Assistant 

Less pro rata charges: 

To Summer Session for accounting services 
To other State Colleges for co-ordination 

services 
To Associated Students for accounting 
services 

Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 



Ik 

1 


16 
2 


16 
2 


16 

2 


Full time 
Part time 


- 


- 


J. 


_1 


Proposed new position: 
Graduate Nurse 


l 


16 
2 


17 
2 


17 
2 


Totals, Salaries and Wages 
Full time 
Part time 



Ex 



MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Executive 

Registrar's office 
Personnel offices 
Business office 
Printing and mimeographing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



$277 705 21 


U|2 00 


$338 253 00 


$51(9 523 00 


$ 17 77° 75 
19 881 18 
lU85 kk 


$ is 5lt5 00 
19 805 00 
11 760 00 


$ 22 725 00 
23 275 00 
23 82i 00 


$ 23 1l75 00 
23 575 00 
25 700 00 


$329 81)2 58 


$524.5 252 00 

529 8i2 58 


$li08 077 00 


$1l22 073 00 




$675 09I1 58 




$830 150 00 



7 200 00 
2 012 50 



2 850 00 

1 920 00 

2 875 00 

574 97 

1 J4J4.O 00 

500 00 

1 536 00 

2 700 00 

1 800 00 

800 00 

1 680 00 

2 880 00 
660 00 

1 200 00 

1 080 00 
1 382 I4.0 

-155 00 



-1 200 00 



7 200 00 
2 100 00 

2 700 00 

3 30c 00 
5 000 00 



01)0 00 

875 00 
575 00 
500 00 
500 00 
680 00 
880 00 
920 00 
020 00 
800 00 
000 00 



1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 

1 140 00 

1 080 00 
1 200 00 

1 050 00 

-155 00 

-5 750 00 

-1 200 00 



200 00 
100 00 

700 00 
600 00 

000 00 
0l(0 00 

875 00 
575 00 
500 00 
500 00 

100 00 
880 00 
920 00 
020 00 
800 00 
000 00 



7 200 00 
2 100 00 

2 700 00 

3 600 00 
3 000 00 

2 01)0 00 

2 875 00 

575 00 

1 500 00 
500 00 

2 100 00 
2 880 00 
1 920 00 

1 020 00 
1 800 00 



3 000 00 



1 M10 00 1 Jiio 

1 080 00 1 080 



00 

00 
1 200 00 

1 500 00 



00 

00 
1 200 00 

1 500 00 



-155 00 
-6 000 00 

-1 200 00 

1 955 00 



-155 00 
-6 000 00 

-1 200 00 

5 J4-95 00 



$ 33 735 87 


$ 35 755 00 


$ 58 1(10 00 


$ 59 970 00 






1 560 00 
$ 59 970 00 


1 680 00 


$ 33 735 87 


$ 55 755 00 


$ 1(1 650 00 


$ 229 28 

206 35 

hk 20 

161 73 
1 7t>5 h2 


$ 120 00 

175 00 

50 00 

175 00 

1 850 00 


$ 200 00 

225 00 

100 00 

250 00 

2 500 00 


$ 200 00 

225 00 

100 00 

250 00 

2 500 00 



" $ 2 1(06 98 $ 2 570 00 $ 5 275 00 $ 5 275 00 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



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EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SAN FRANCISCO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




1ALART 

BAHfiE 
CKOUP 

Hunan 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1936-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 9IST | 92D 


1940-41 



REGULAR SESSION 
ADMINISTRATION - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Executive 

Registrar's office 
Personnel offices 
Business office 
Telephone and telegraph 
Traveling 
Postage 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rental of auditorium for commencement 
services 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Executive 

Registrar's office 
Personnel offices 
Business office 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 


10li 00 


$ 


105 


00 


$ 


100 


00 


$ 


100 


00 




22 75 

53 65 




25 


00 




25 


00 




25 


00 






60 


00 




75 


00 




75 


00 




,55 70 




.55 


00 




50 


00 




50 


00 




1 683 52 




1 655 


00 




1 800 00 




1 800 00 




1 020 85 




1 100 


00 




1 000 


00 




1 050 


00 




1 H18 00 




1 050 


00 




1 200 


00 




1 200 00 




259 61 




255 


00 




250 


00 




250 


00 




250 00 


§ 


250 


00 


$ 


250 
4 750 


00 

00 


$ 


250 
4 800 


00 


$ 


ii 575 86 


It- 535 


00 


00 


$ 


118 11 


$ 


120 


00 


$ 


300 


00 


$ 


1(00 


00 




108 69 




110 


00 




250 


00 




400 


00 




228 18 




325 


00 




274 


00 




500 


00 




251 95 




U1.5 


00 




300 


00 




700 00 


$ 


706 93 


$ 

$ 


700 


00 


$ 1 124 00 
$ 1|9 119 00 


$ 
$ 


2 000 


00 


$ ]|1 1|25 eSli 


43 360 00 

ia fc 61l 


51 725 
49 119 


0: 

00 






$ aii 785 61l 








$100 844 


00 



INSTRUCTION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

2 2 2 2 Dean 

1111 Director of Teacher Training 

3 3 3 3 Teacher in Art 

12 2 2 Teacher in Art (part time) 

5 5 5 5 Teacher in Biological Science 

1111 Teacher in Biological Science (part salary) 

1111 Teacher in Biological Science (part time) 

x x x x Teacher in Education (part salary) 

1111 Teacher in Education (part time) 

- Assistant in Training School for Deaf 
8 9 9 9 Teacher in English 

2 2 2 2 Teacher in English (part time) 

5 3 5 5 Teacher in Foreign Language (part time) 

1111 Teacher in Home Making 

1111 Teacher in Industrial Arts 

1111 Teacher in Mathematics 

5666 Teacher in Music 

2 2 2 2 Teacher in Music (part time) 

2 2 2 2 Teacher in Men's Physical Education 

1111 Teacher in Men's Physical Education 

(part salary) 

2 2 2 2 Teacher in Men's Physical Education 

(part time) 

4 4 4 4 Teacher in Women's Physical Education 
1111 Teacher in Women's Physical Education 

(part time) 

4 4 4 4 Teacher in Physical Science 

5 5 3 3 Teacher in Psychology 

x x x x Teacher in Psychology (part salary) 

8999 Teacher in Social Science 

2 111 Teacher in Social Science (part time) 

- Substitute Teacher (part time) 

- Extension Class Instructors 

- Special Lecturers 
1111 Pianist (part time) 

- - - - Student Readers 
1111 Principal of Training School 
8 8 8 8 Teaoher-Supervisor 

1 1 - - Teacher-Supervisor (part time) 



Ex 


$ 7 500 00 


$ 7 800 00 


$ 7 800 00 


$ 7 800 00 


Ex 


4 050 00 

8 130 00 


4 200 00 


It 200 00 


4 200 00 
8 640 00 
1 380 00 


Ex 


8 6I1O 00 


8 6k0 00 
1 380 00 


Ex 


1 380 00 


1 980 00 


Ex 


1I1 790 00 


lit 220 00 


lit 220 00 


14 220 00 


Ex 


2 160 00 


2 250 00 


2 250 00 


2 250 00 


Ex 


1 1|25 00 


1 710 00 


1 710 00 


1 710 00 


Kx 


935 00 
4oo 00 


959 00 


575 00 
U.00 00 


575 00 
4oo 00 


Ex 


ItOO 00 


Ex 


1 200 00 


- 


- 


- 


Ex 


23 010 00 


25 960 00 


25 960 00 


25 960 00 


Ex 


2 868 00 


2 Ut5 00 


1 575 00 


1 575 00 


Ex 


It 110 00 


it 5lt5 00 


It 035 00 


4 035 00 


Ex 


2 850 00 


3 000 00 


3 000 00 


3 000 00 


Ex 


2 520 00 

3 4.50 00 


2 6i|.o 00 


2 61(0 00 


2 64o 00 


Ex 


3 too 00 


3 450 00 


3 450 00 


Ex 


13 770 00 
2 600 00 


16 560 00 


16 560 00 


16 560 00 


Ex 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


Ex 


5 Oii.0 00 


5 280 00 


5 280 00 


5 280 00 


Ex 


2 874 96 


2 875 00 


2 875 00 


2 875 00 


Ex 


1 150 00 


1 300 00 


1 300 00 


1 300 00 


Ex 


9 960 00 


10 800 00 


10 800 00 


10 800 00 


Ex 


1 020 00 


1 530 00 


1 530 00 


1 530 00 


Ex 


11 670 00 


12 210 00 


12 210 00 


12 210 00 


Ex 


8 820 00 


9 300 00 


9 300 00 


9 300 00 


Ex 


2 012 50 


2 100 00 


2 100 00 


2 100 00 


Ex 


25 9^0 00 


28 380 00 


28 380 00 
1 800 00 


28 38O 00 


Ex 


3 510 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


Ex 


530 83 


li.08 00 
1 600 00 


I1O8 00 
1 600 00 


408 00 

1 600 00 


Ex 


3 508 00 


- 


70 00 


200 00 


200 00 


200 00 


Ex 


1 000 00 


1 000 00 


1 000 00 


1 000 00 


Ex 


- 


900 00 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 


Ex 


3 000 00 


3 000 00 


3 000 00 


3 000 00 


Ex 


23 214 96 


23 260 00 


23 260 00 


23 260 00 


Ex 


200 00 


200 00 


- 


- 



Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SAN FRANCISCO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 



Paga 207 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



69TH 90TH 91ST 92D 





tiuai 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETYSECOOD 




•■oar 

■ ua«a 


eighty-ninth 
fiscal year 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 






1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



REGULAR SESSION 
INSTRUCTION 

SALARIES AND WAGES - Continued 

12 2 2 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

2 111 Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk (part time) 

1111 Intermediate Clerk 

12 2 2 Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

1111 Librarian 

5 5 5 5 Senior Librarian 

1111 Duplicating Machine Operator 

- - - - Student Assistants 

- - - - Less pro rata charge to Summer Session 
_z. _z. _z. _z. Allotment for salary adjustments 





Totals, Existing Employments 


69 7k 7k Ik 
19 18 17 17 


Full time 


Part time 



- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


2 


2 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


1 


^ 


- 


1 


1 


69 


& 


85 


85 


19 


17 


iy 



Proposed new positions: 

Teacher in Art (increased time) 
Teacher in Biological Science 

(increased time) 
Teacher in English (increased time) 
Teacher in Foreign Language (increased time) 
Teacher in Social Science (increased time) 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

(increased time) 
Teacher in English 
Teacher in Home Making 
Teacher in Industrial Arts 
Teacher in Music 

Teacher in Men's Physical Education 
Teacher in Women's Physical Education 
Teacher in Social Science 
Senior Librarian 
Student Assistants 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
Full time 
Part time 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 

Supervision of instruction 

Teaching service 

Practice teaching 

Library 

Printing and mimeographing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 

Supervision of instruction 

Teaching service 

Practice teaching 

Library 

Printing and mimeographing 

Contributions to Teachers Retirement Fund 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 

Supervision of instruction 

Teaching service 

Practice teaching 

Library 

Printing and mimeographing 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, INSTRUCTION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



Ex 



Ex 


$ 1 520 00 


$ 2 880 00 


$ 2 880 00 


$ 2 880 00 


Ex 


1 210 00 


825 00 


825 00 


825 00 


Ex 


1 000 00 


1 100 00 


1 100 00 


1 100 00 


Ex 


1 080 00 


2 220 00 


2 220 00 


2 220 00 


Ex 


2 970 00 

10 hkO 00 
620 00 


5 120 00 


5 120 00 


5 120 00 


Ex 


11 OkO 00 


11 OkO 00 


11 OkO 00 


Kx 


900 oo 


900 00 


900 00 


Ex 


k 558 50 

-22|5 00 


k 575 oo 
-245 00 


5 175 oo 
-2k5 oo 


5 175 00 
-2k5 00 


- 


$221 1(22 55 


- 


7 610 00 


lk 525 00 




$25k 517 oo 


$259 065 00 


$2k5 778 00 



1 890 00 



1 980 00 



Ex 




- 


- 




600 00 


650 


00 


Ex 




- 


- 




2 790 


00 


2 925 


00 


Ex 




- 


- 




2 010 


00 


2 115 


00 


Ex 




- 


- 




650 


00 


660 


00 


Ex 




_ 


_ 




500 


00 


3 2 5 


00 


Ex 




- 


- 




2 700 00 


2 820 


Oo 


Ex 




- 


- 




2 700 


00 


2 820 00 


Ex 




- 


- 




2 koo 


00 


2 520 00 


Ex 




- 


- 




2 700 


00 


2 820 00 


Ex 




- 


- 




k 800 


00 


5 oko 


00 


Ex 




- 


- 




2 koo 


00 


2 520 00 


Ex 




- 


- 




2 700 


00 


2 820 


00 


Ex 




- 


- 




1 920 


00 


2 oko 


00 


Ex 


$2 


- 


- 




1 200 
$270 805 


00 

00 


1 200 
$279 015 


00 




21 k22 55 


$25k 517 


00 


00 




$ 


, 5 00 


$ koo 


00 


$ 500 


00 


$ 500 


00 






6 552 51 


8 100 00 


9 000 


00 


9 500 


00 






1 519 22 


1 500 


00 


1 600 


00 


1 600 


00 






117 5k 
1 556 Ok 

9 510 51 


150 


00 


550 


00 


550 


00 




$ 


1 200 


00 


1 500 
$ 12 950 


00 

00 


1 750 
$ 15 700 


00 




$ 11 550 


00 


00 




$ 


10 55 


$ 50 


00 


$ 100 


00 


$ 100 


00 






5 ^ i? 


5 520 


00 


k 000 


00 


k250 


00 






50 


00 


100 00 


100 00 






897 5k 
la 50 


600 00 


750 


00 


750 


00 






50 


00 


75 


00 


75 


00 






198 00 


200 


00 


200 


00 


200 


00 




$ 


k5kkkk 


$ kk70 


00 


$ 5 225 


00 


$ 5 k75 


00 




$ 


502 77 
6 595 82 


$ 200 


00 


$ 200 


00 


* 200 


00 






5 7io 


00 


11 000 


00 


12 000 


00 






26 92 


50 


00 


750 


00 


750 


(10 






k 955 91 


5 500 
koo 

$ 9 860 

$259 997 
2k8 026 


00 


8 000 00 


8 000 00 




869 97 
$ 12 5k9 59 
$2k8 026 69 


00 

00 
00 

69 


750 


00 


750 


00 




$ 20 700 00 


$ 21 700 


00 




$509 678 


00 


$319 888 
509 678 


00 
00 








$508 025 69 






$629 566 


00 



Page 208 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SAN FRANCISCO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RAHOE 

Sueur 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




S9TH | 90TH | 91ST | 9ZD 


1940-41 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


h 


k 


k 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 


5 


5 


1 


i 


I 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


i 


1 



Ii4.u4.u4.lli 



REGULAR SESSION - Continued 
MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF PLANT 

SAURIES AND WAGES 

Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds 

Head Janitor 

Janitor 

Janitress 

Mechanical Handyman 

Watchman 

Flower Gardener 

Stationary Engineman 

Temporary help 

Less pro rata charge to Summer Session 

Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 
Full time 



14 111 15 15 



Proposed new positions: 
Intermediate Stock Clerk 
Temporary help 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
Full time 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 
Light, heat and power 
Repairs to buildings 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 
Light, heat and power 
Repairs to buildings 
Water 
Rental of athletic field and buildings 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 

Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 
Repairs to buildings 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, MAINTENACE AND OPERATION OF PLANT 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



Ex 


$ 


2 220 00 


$ 2 I4OO 


00 


$ 


2 I4OO 


00 


$ 


2 I4OO 


00 


Ex 




1 7I4O 00 


1 920 00 




1 920 


00 




1 920 


00 


Ex 




6 700 00 


5 9lj.O 


00 




5 9I4O 


00 




5 91(0 


00 


Ex 




1 716 59 


2 200 


00 




2 200 


00 




2 200 


00 


Ex 




3 180 00 


14 920 


00 




14 920 


00 




14920 


00 


Ex 




1 500 00 


1 680 


00 




1 680 


00 




1 680 


00 


Ex 




1 800 00 


1 920 


00 




1 920 


00 




1 920 


00 


Ex 




1 800 00 


2 OI4O 


00 




2 OI4O 


00 




2 OI4O 


00 


- 




2 590 20 


1 750 


00 




1 750 


00 




1 750 


00 


- 




-700 00 


-700 


00 




-700 


00 




-700 


00 


- 


$ 


- 


- 




1 360 
$ 25 1130 


00 
00 


$ 


2 Ij20 


00 




22 51(6 79 


$ 2l4 070 


00 


26 I490 


00 


Ex 












1 200 


00 




1 320 


00 


- 


$ 


- 


- 




850 
$ 27 1480 


00 
00 


850 

$ 28 6fa0 


00 




22 5I46 79 


$ 2I4 070 


00 


00 




$ 


2 656 75 


$ 2 650 


00 


$ 


2 700 


00 


$ 


2 700 


00 






17k 36 
l 61I4 la 


175 


00 




200 


00 




200 


00 






1 600 


00 




1 600 00 




1 600 


00 






1 1407 96 


1 I4OO 


00 




2 000 


00 




2 000 


00 




$ 


5 855 I46 


$ 5 825 


00 


$ 


6 500 


00 


$ 


6 500 


00 




$ 


220 OJ 


$ 200 


00 


$ 


300 


00 


t 


300 


00 






_ 


- 






100 


00 




100 00 






5 7p7 28 


I4 000 


00 




I4 I4OO 


00 




14 1400 


00 






91(1 70 
2 291 87 


1 000 


00 




1 500 


00 




1 500 


00 






2 000 


00 




2 500 


00 




2 500 


00 






5 600 00 


3 600 


00 




I4 500 


00 




I4 500 


00 




$ 10 76O 88 


$ 10 800 00 


$ 13 300 


00 


$ 13 300 


00 




$ 


891 07 

I46 31 


$ 1 000 


00 


$ 


1 000 


00 


$ 


1 000 


00 






50 


00 




800 00 




800 


00 






291 7k 


150 


00 




200 


00 




200 00 




$ 


1 229 12 


$ 1 200 


00 


$ 


2 000 


00 


$ 


2 000 


00 




I4O 390 25 


$VL 895 


00 


I49 280 


00 


50 I46O 00 








I4O 390 25 










k9 280 00 








$ 82 285 25 








$ 99 7I40 


00 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 

SAN FRANCISCO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 



Page 209 



EXPENDITURES FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY 






APPROPRIATED 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




EIGHTY-NINTH AND 


NINETY-FIRST AND 




NINETIETH FISCAL YEARS 


NINETY-SECOND FISCAL YEARS 




1937-1939 


1939-1941 




DETAIL TOTAL 


DETAIL TOTAL 



Purchase of Land: 
Purchase of new site 

Construction, Improvements and Equipment: 
Leveling, grading, landscaping, preparing 

foundation, and minor buildings (sponsors 

contribution to W.P.A. project) 
Installation of bulkheads 
Enlargement of playgrounds 
Improvements to structures including painting 
Improvements to athletic field 
Construction of temporary classroom 
Additions in Anderson Hall 
Installation of additional lockers 
Installation of additional showers 
New fence and stairs 
Fireproof storage space 
Sidewalks around Frederic Burk School 

Totals, Construction, Improvements and Equipment 

Totals, Capital Outlay 



$liO0 000 00 

6 750 00 

5 725 00 

1 575 00 

750 00 



$500 000 00 





$ 7 500 00 






2 500 00 






2 500 00 






1 000 00 






750 00 






500 00 






250 00 




lU.2 800 00 




15 000 00 


$712 800 00 




$ 15 000 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 

Revenue Appropriated for Support: 
Regular tuition fees 
Limited tuition fees 
Nonresident tuition fees 
Extension tuition fees 
Training school tuition fees 
Late registration fees 
Materials and service feea 

Totals, Appropriated Revenue 

Revenue Not Appropriated: 

Rental of students' co-operative store 
Rental of athletic field 
Miscellaneous 

Totals, Revenue Not Appropriated 

Totals, Revenues 



Totals for biennium 



Appropriated 
Not appropriated 



$ 19 U15 00 
1 561 25 

225 00 
k 2)4.9 00 
1 E55 00 

188 00 
15 506 18 


$ 22 800 00 
1 825 00 

k 000 00 
1 500 00 

200 00 

15 950 00 


$ 25 800 00 

1 850 00 

225 00 

li 000 00 

1 500 00 

210 00 

17 215 00 


$ 2k 500 00 

1 900 00 

225 00 

k 000 00 

1 500 00 

220 00 

17 755 00 


t ko 599 10 


$ E6 275 00 


t lu3 800 00 


$ 50 100 00 


$ 150 00 
ltJi 89 
lio 79 


$ 150 00 
500 CO 
150 00 


$ 150 00 
500 00 
150 00 


$ 150 00 
500 00 

150 00 


t 722 68 


$ 800 00 


$ 800 00 


$ 800 00 


$ la 122 11 


$ kl 075 00 

la 122 11 


$ 1l9 600 00 


$ 50 900 00 
4.9 600 00 




$ 88 197 11 




$100 500 00 


$ 86 67k hi 

1 522 68 




t 98 900 00 
1 600 00 





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EDUCATION 

Department of Education 

SAN FRANCISCO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




5AURT 

HAHSI 

ssoup 

NUMBU 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

193S-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




S9TH | 90TH 1 9IST 1 92D 


1940-41 



TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



19 050 80 
1 772 07 
1 596 57 
1 115 56 

25 515 00 $ 



20 Lk5 00 
2 000 00 

1 565 00 

1 590 00 

25 100 00 
25 515 00 



$ 20 755 00 

2 200 00 

1 595 00 

1 Ij-gO 00 

$ 26 000 00 $ 



20 755 00 

2 200 00 

1 595 00 
1 £50 00 

26 000 00 
26 000 00 



$ li8 613 00 



$ 52 000 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

SUMMER SESSION 

SAURIES AND WAGES 
Director of Summer Session 
Director of Post Session 
Director of Recreation Camp 
Dean of Women 
Physician 
Instructor 
Mimeograph Operator 
Director of Demonstration School 
Demonstration School Supervisor and Teacher 
Clerical help 
Stenographer 
Student Assistants 
Matron 

Janitor and Watchman 
Pro rata of Regular Session expense 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Administration 
Teaching service 
Demonstration school 
Operation 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Administration 
Teaching service 
Demonstration school 
Library 
Operation 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Administration 
Teaching service 
Library 

Totals, Equipment 



Ex 


* 


- 


% 


200 00 


$ 


280 00 


t 


280 00 


Ex 




100 00 




100 00 




IkO 00 




IkO 00 


Ex 




- 




25 00 




100 00 




100 00 


Ex 




100 00 




100 00 




120 00 




120 00 


Ex 




100 00 




100 00 




iko 00 
Ik 280 00 




IkO 00 
Ik 280 00 


Ex 




13 751 IlO 




14 050 00 






Ex 




90 00 




150 00 




150 00 




150 00 


Ex 




200 00 




200 00 




4o 00 




240 00 


Ex 




1 530 00 




1 780 00 




1 780 00 




1 780 00 


Ex 




250 00 




225 00 




250 00 




250 00 


Ex 




150 00 




150 00 




150 00 




150 00 


Ex 




1 529 ko 




1 565 00 




1 625 00 




1 625 00 


Ex 




150 00 




150 00 




150 00 




150 00 


Ex 




- 




250 00 




250 00 




250 00 


- 


$ 


1 100 00 


$ 


1 100 00 


$ 


1 100 00 


$ 


1 100 00 




19 050 80 


20 II15 00 


20 755 00 


20 755 00 




$ 


777 27 
J4.51 6k 

275 9k 


$ 


1 000 00 
500 00 
250 00 


$ 


1 000 00 

600 00 
500 00 


$ 


1 000 00 
600 00 
300 00 




* 


267 22 

1 772 07 


$ 


250 00 


t 


500 00 


* 


300 00 




2 000 00 


2 200 00 


2 200 00 




$ 


710 82 


$ 


750 00 


$ 


700 00 


* 


700 00 
270 00 






23k 81 




220 00 




270 00 








5 50 




25 00 




25 00 




25 00 






117 78 

527 86 
1 596 57 




100 00 




100 00 




100 00 




* 


$ 


I170 00 
1 565 00 


$ 


500 00 
l 595 00 


$ 


500 00 




1 595 00 




$ 


100 % 

7 00 

1 005 82 


* 


100 00 

25 00 
1 265 00 


* 


50 00 

50 00 

1 550 00 


* 


50 00 

50 00 

1 350 00 



$ 1 113 56 $ 1 390 00 $ 1 450 00 t 1 £50 00 



EDUCATION 



Fage 211 



Department of Education 
SAN FRANCISCO STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

REVENUES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL TEAR 

1937-36 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAH 

1938-39 



ESTIMATED 

NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



ESTIMATED 

NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



FOR THE TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 



Tuition fees 

Materials and service fees 

Totals, Revenues 
Totals for biennium 



$ 22 298 50 
1 kT? 55 

$ 25 775 85 



$ 2k 025 00 
2 006 liO 

$ 26 029 kO 
25 775 85 

t li-9 805 25 



$ 25 125 00 

2 127 00 

$ 27 250 00 



$ 25 125 00 

2 127 00 

$ 27 250 00 

27 250 00 

t 51; 500 00 



Fage 212 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SAN JOSE STATE COLLEGE 





SUMMARY 












ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


INCREASE I + 1 






AND ESTIMATED 
1937-1939 B1ENNIUM 


AND PROPOSED 
1939-1941 BIENNIUM 


OR DECREASE ( — ) 






69TH AND 90TH 


91ST AND 92D 


FROM 






FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL TEARS 


1937-1939 



GENERAL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support : 

Administration 

Instruction 

Maintenance and Operation of Plant 

Totals, Support 

Appropriated: 
By Budget Bill 

By Chapter 79k, Statutes of 1937 

By Chapter 819, Statutes of 1§33 - Appropriated student fees 
By Allotment from Emergency Fund 

Totals 

Capital Outlay: 

Construction, Improvements and Equipment 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$105 173 7k 

622 617 J5 
106 717 k& 



$119 935 00 $+ik 761 26 
762 635 00 +iito 017 65 
iko I4.30 00 +33 712 52 



$83k 508 57 1023 000 00 $+183 k91 I13 

$66k 200 00 $906 750 00 $+2k2 550 00 

68 68JLl 0C - -63 68k 00 

99 403 6JLl 116 250 00 +16 8k6 36 

2 220 93 - -2 220 93 

$83k 508 57 $1 023 000 00 $+188 k91 k3 

523 500 00 18 500 00 -505 000 00 

$1 358 008 57 $1 Oki 500 00 $-316 508 57 



REVENUES 

Appropriated Student Fees 
Rentals 

TOTAL REVENUES 



99 k03 6k $ 116 250 00 $ +16 8k6 36 
180 00 180 00 



$ 99 583 6k $ 116 feo 00 $ +16 8k6 36 



TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 

REVENUES 

Student Fees 



$ 35 k6o 67 $ k3 000 00 $ +7 539 33 

228 72 225 00 -3 72 

$ 35 689 39 $ 1;3 225 00 $ +7 535 61 

$ ki 78k 17 $ 51 800 00 $ +10 015 83 



EXPENDITURES 
REVENUES 



GRAND TOTALS, ALL FUNDS 



$1 393 697 96 $1 08k 725 00 $-308 972 96 
$ lkl 367 81 $ 168 230 00 $ +26 862 19 



ENROLLMENT AND UNIT COSTS 



REGULAR SESSION 

Fiscal Enrollment Coat per 

Tear (Equivalent Student 

Students) 



SUMMER SESSION 



Actual 

Actual and estimated 

Estimated 

Estimated 



1937-58 
1938-39 
1939-kO 

i9ko-ki 



1866. 3 
2100.0 
2250.0 
2k00.0 



$220 25 
201 6k 

219 79 

220 19 



Enrollment 
(Individuals) 



878 
1175 
1200 
1200 



Cost per 
Student 



$ 16 50 
17 85 
17 92 

17 92 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SAN JOSE STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



fage 213 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 





MIAOT 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




■ uaua 


DGHTTNINTH 
HSCAL YEAR 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 






1937-36 


1936-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



GENERAL FUND 
RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
125 125 1?6 lk6 Full time 
12 15 15 15 Part time 

Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 

ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

REGULAR SESSION 
ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
President 

Vice President (part salary) 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Registrar 

Assistant Registrar (part salary) 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Clerk (part salary! 
Dean of Women (part salary) 
Dean of Men (part time) 
Employment Secretary 
Physician (part time) 
Health Advisor (part salary) 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Clerk 
Comptroller 
Senior Account Clerk 
Student Assistant 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 
15 Full time 
2 Part time 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 



15 15 15 15 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 



$556 156 51 


$3k8 797 00 


$593 li55 00 


$k2k 000 00 


26 255 85 
55 057 16 
15 611 25 


26 95k 00 
55 567 00 
12 150 00 


5k 170 00 

59 185 00 
27 750 00 


35 670 00 
Hi Big 00 

26 950 00 


$kll 060 57 


$k25 khB 00 
kll 060 57 


$k9k 558 00 


$528 k62 00 

k9k 558 00 




J85I1 508 57 




$1 025 000 00 



7 200 00 
800 Ok 

1 650 00 
5 000 00 



5ko 00 

6k0 00 
960 00 
800 00 

100 00 
kOO 00 
000 00 

575 00 
990 00 

200 00 

700 00 
925 00 
769 00 



$ 7 

1 
5 
1 

2 

1 
1 
? 

2 

5 

1 

5 
1 

2 

5 



15 15 

2 2 



15 

2 



$ 59 2k9 Ok $ kl 660 00 $ k5 175 00 $ kk k65 00 



200 00 


$ 7 200 00 


$ 7 200 00 


800 00 


800 00 


800 00 


800 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


180 00 


5 180 00 


3 180 00 


650 00 


1 650 00 

2 880 00 


1 650 00 

2 880 00 


790 00 


16C 00 


1 210 00 


1 210 00 


■ c .;0 00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


100 00 


2 100 00 


2 100 00 


k6o 00 


2 k60 00 


2 k60 00 


150 00 


5 150 00 


3 150 00 


650 00 


1 650 00 


1 650 00 


k20 00 


3 k20 00 


3 k20 00 


520 00 


1 320 00 


1 320 00 


880 00 


2 880 00 


2 880 00 


k.50 00 
850 00 


3 k50 00 


3 k50 00 


1 000 00 


1 000 00 


- 


1 225 00 


2 515 00 



15 15 

2 2 



Proposed new positions: 

1 1 Physician (part time) Ex 

1 1 Duplicating Machine Operator (part time) Ex 

1' 1 Junior Stenographer-Clerk Ex 







Totals, Salaries and Wages 


16 


16 


Full time 


ii 


h 


Part time 



1 000 00 

855 00 

1 LkO 00 
$ 59 2k9 Ok $ kl 660 00 $ k6 065 00 $ k7 k60 00 



1 000 00 

810 00 

1 080 00 



MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Executive 

Registrar's office 
Personnel offices 
Business office 
Printing and mimeographing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Executive 

Registrar's office 
Personnel offices 
Business office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Freight, cartage and express 
Rental of library building 
Pro rata charge for co-ordination expens 

Totals, Service and Expense 



$ 


_ 


$ 20 00 


$ 


20 


00 


$ 


20 00 




ki 53 


50 00 




50 


00 




50 00 




k31 88 


500 00 




500 


00 




500 00 




§k 26 


100 00 




100 


00 




. 100 00 




2 053 15 
2 582 82 


1 800 00 
$ 2 li70 00 


i 


2 000 


00 


$ 


2 000 00 


$ 


2 670 


00 


2 67O 00 


$ 


53 50 


% 25 00 


% 


25 


00 


$ 


25 00 




35 50 


30 00 




30 


00 




50 00 




38 70 


30 00 




30 


00 




50 00 




51 15 
572 l4 

1 787 k7 

2 4o6 k5 


50 00 




50 


00 




50 00 




500 00 




500 


00 




500 00 




1 800 00 




1 800 


00 




1 800 00 




1 955 00 




2 125 


00 




2 125 00 




129 17 


125 00 




125 


00 




125 00 




k 225 00 


5 900 00 
1 457 00 

$ 9 832 00 




3 900 


ou 




5 900 00 




- 


$ 


1 500 


00 


% 


1 500 00 


$ 


9 297 08 


10 085 


00 


10 085 00 



Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest par,.. 



page 214 



EDUCATION 

department of Education 
SAN JOSE STATE COLLEGE - Continued 







EXPENDITURES FOR 


SUPPORT 










NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SAIAHT 

CROUP 
NDRBD 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1936-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



REGULAR SESSION 
ADMINISTRATION-Cont inued 

EQUIPMENT 

Registrar's office 
Personnel offices 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 

82 80 


- 


$ 250 00 

200 00 


$ 200 00 
250 00 


$ 82 80 


- 


$ 450 00 


$ 450 00 


$ 51 211 74 


$ 55 962 00 
51 211 74 

$105 175 74 


$ 59 270 00 


$ 60 665 00 
59 270 00 

$119 955 00 



I 


? 


? 


? 


4 


4 


4 


9 


9 


9 


9 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 




1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


i 


6 


6 


6 


6 


I 


? 


? 


? 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


8 


9 


9 


9 


2 


1 


1 


1 


10 


10 


10 


10 


6 


6 


6 


6 


5 


4 


4 


4 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


1 


1 


1 


i 


2 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


~ 


2 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


_=. 


: 


I 


92 


* 


95 


95 


9 


10 


8 




_ 


_ 


. 


1 


- 


- 


2 


5 


- 


- 


~ 


1 


. 


- 


2 


5 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


. 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


m 


- 


~ 


1 


- 


- 


1 


1 



INSTRUCTION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Dean (part salary) 
Teacher in Art 

Teacher in Biological Science 
Teacher in Biological Science (part time) 
Teacher in Commerce 
Teacher in Education 
Teacher in English 
Teacher in English (part salary) 
Teacher in English (part time) 
Teacher in Foreign Language 
Teacher in Home Making 
Teacher in Industrial Arts 
Teacher in Librarianship 
Teacher in Mathematics 
Teacher in Mathematics (part salary) 
Teacher in Music 
Teacher in Music (part time) 
Teacher in Men' s Physical Education 
Teacher in Women's Physical Education 
Teacher in Women" s Physical Education 

(part salary) 
Teacher in Physical Science 
Teacher in Psychology 
Teacher in Social Science 
Teacher in Speech Arts 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk (part time) 
Intermediate Clerk (part time) 
Teacher-Supervisor 
Supervising Teacher (part time) 
Extension Teacher 
Librarian 
Senior Librarian 
Junior Librarian 
Junior Librarian (part time) 
Laboratory Assistant 
Student Assistant 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 
Full Time 
Part Time 

Proposed new positions: 
Teacher In Art 
Teacher in Commerce 
Teacher in Eduoation 
Teacher in English 
Teacher in Mathematics 
Teaoher in Men's Physical Eduoation 
Teacher in Women's Physical Education 
Teacher in Social Science 
Junior Librarian 
Senior Librarian 
Intermediate Stock Clerk 



Ex 


$ 


$ k 500 


00 


$ k 500 00 


$ k 500 00 


Ex 


13 080 00 


13 350 


00 


13 350 00 


13 350 00 


Ex 


8 640 00 


11 550 


00 


11 550 00 


11 550 00 


Ex 


5 600 00 


2 89O 


00 


2 890 00 


2 890 00 


Ex 


10 800 00 


10 980 


00 


10 980 00 


10 980 00 


Ex 


26 koo 00 


26 510 


00 


26 910 00 


26 910 00 


Ex 


12 780 00 


13 170 


00 


13 170 00 


13 170 00 


Ex 


1 800 00 


1 800 


00 


1 800 00 


1 800 00 


Ex 


- 


£50 


CO 


£50 00 


k50 00 


Ex 


5 850 00 


6 150 


00 


6 150 00 


6 150 00 


Ex 


9 030 00 


9 560 


00 


9 360 00 
9 480 00 


9 560 00 
9 480 00 


Ex 


9 210 00 


9 120 


00 


Ex 


- 


1 700 


00 


2 Ok.0 00 


2 OkO 00 


Ex 


2 700 00 


2 760 


00 


2 760 00 


2 760 00 


Ex 


3 200 00 


5 200 


00 


3 200 00 


3 200 00 


Ex 


15 150 00 


16 020 


00 


16 020 00 


16 020 00 


Ex 


3 800 00 


2 000 


00 


2 000 00 


2 000 00 


Ex 


11 oko 00 


11 k50 


00 


11 JU.50 00 


11 k30 00 


Ex 


12 k20 00 


15 050 


00 


13 050 00 


15 050 00 


Ex 


1 575 00 


1 650 


00 


1 650 00 


1 650 00 


Ex 


2k 579 01 


27 150 


00 


27 150 00 


27 150 00 


Ex 


7 950 00 


5 450 


00 


3 £50 00 


3 k5o 00 


Ex 


29 010 00 


50 590 


00 


50 590 00 


30 390 00 


Ex 


15 000 00 


15 540 


00 


15 540 00 

k 260 00 


15 540 00 

k 260 00 


Ex 


2 780 00 


k 260 


00 


Ex 


1 350 00 


1 1)25 


00 


1 575 00 


1 575 00 


Ex 


630 00 


700 


00 


700 00 


700 00 


Ex 


3 000 00 


5 000 


00 


5 000 00 


5 000 00 


Ex 


7 740 00 


7 740 


00 


7 7k0 00 


7 7ko 00 


Ex 


717 00 


522 


00 


522 00 


522 00 


Ex 


3 150 00 


5 500 00 


3 300 00 


3 300 00 


Ex 


6 045 00 


5 020 


00 


6 720 00 


6 720 00 


Ex 


6 ijflo 00 


5 180 00 


k 920 00 


k 920 00 


Ex 


- 


1 500 


00 


- 


- 


Ex 


1 080 00 


1 200 


00 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 


Ex 


6 100 00 


6 710 


00 


7 045 00 


7 ok5 00 

16 077 00 


- 


- 


- 




9 006 00 
$289 258 00 




$268 686 01 


$278 727 


00 


$296 529 00 


Ex 

Ex 


- 


- 




k 080 00 


2 OkO 00 
6 360 00 

2 koo 00 


Ex 


_ 


_ 




_ 


Ex 


- 


- 




k 800 00 


7 ljko 00 


Ex 


- 


- 




2 koo 00 


2 520 00 


Ex 


- 


- 




2 oko 00 


k 200 00 


Ex 


- 


- 




— 


2 oko 00 


Ex 


- 


- 




2 kOO 00 


2 520 00 


Ex 


- 


- 




- 


1 560 00 


Ex 


- 


- 




- 


1 920 00 


Ex 


- 


- 




1 200 00 


1 320 00 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SA;; JOSE STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 215 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



92 9k 103 111 

9 10 8 8 



REGULAR SESSION 
INSTRUCTION 

SA 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Proposed new positions - Continued 
Substitute Teacher (part time) 
Supervising Teacher (increased time) 
Intermediate Clerk (increased time) 
Student Assistant 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
Full Time 
Part Time 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Teaching service 
Library 
Printing and mimeographing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Teaching service 
Practice teaching 
Library 
Contributions to Teachers' Retirement Fund 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 

Teaching service 

Library 

Printing and mimeographing 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, INSTRUCTION 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF PLANT 



EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 


EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


1937-38 


1936-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 











SALARIES AND WAGES 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Supervisor of Buildings and Ground 


7 


7 


7 


7 


Janitor 


2 


2 


2 


2 


Janitress 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Watchman 


3 


3 


3 


3 


Groundsman and Flower Gardener 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Stationary Engineman 


1 


i 


1 


i 


Stationary Fireman 


1 


1 


1 


i 


Carpenter (part time) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Painter (part time) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Temporary help 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Allotment for salary adjustments 
Totals, Existing Employments 


16 


16 


16 


16 


Full time 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Part time 
Proposed new positions: 


- 


-< 


- 


2 


Janitor 


— 


— 


_1 


_1 


Flower Gardener 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 


16 


16 


17 


19 


Full time 


1 


I 


1 


1 


Part time 



MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 
Light, heat and power 
Repairs to buildings 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



Ex 


$ 2 3kO 00 


$ 2 58O 
9 foo 


00 


$ 2 58O 00 

9 k80 00 


$ 2 580 00 

9 k8o 00 


Ex 


8 518 59 


00 


Ex 


2 100 00 


2 koo 


00 


2 koo 00 


2 kOO 00 


Ex 


1 080 00 


1 200 


00 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 


Ex 


k 020 00 


kkko 


00 


k kkO 00 


k kko 00 


Ex 


1 800 00 


2 OkO 00 


2 OkO 00 

1 680 00 


2 OkO 00 

1 680 00 


Ex 


1 500 00 


1 5k5 00 


Ex 


1 106 60 


1 350 


00 


1 350 00 

2 koo 00 


1 550 00 

2 koo 00 


Ex 


5 980 2k 


1 500 00 


- 


1 776 05 


1 905 


00 


2 160 00 


2 160 00 


- 


- 


- 




1 770 00 
$ 51 500 00 


5 k80 00 




$ 28 221 26 


$ 28 klO 


00 


$ 33 210 00 


Ex 










2 koo 00 


Ex 


- 


- 




1 800 00 

$ 55 500 00 


1 920 00 




$ 28 221 26 


$ 28 klO 


00 


t 37 530 00 




$ 5 loi 27 


$ 3 200 


00 


$ 5 500 00 


$ k 000 00 




307 30 


350 


00 


1 500 00 


1 500 00 




1 901 38 

1 k99 k6 


2 000 


00 


2 000 00 


2 000 00 




1 500 


00 


5 500 00 


5 500 00 




$ 7 109 kl 


$ 7 050 


00 


t 12 500 00 


t 13 000 00 



Ex 
Ex 

E:< 
Ex 


$ 


$ 


t 2 oko 00 

2 000 00 

550 00 
5 500 00 

$5ik 068 00 


t 2 oko 00 

2 000 00 

350 00 

3 971 00 

$3=59 010 00 




$268 686 01 


$278 727 00 




$ 16 160 70 
185 85 

199 09 


$ 16 91k 00 

200 00 

500 00 


$ 18 000 00 
200 00 

800 00 


$ 19 000 00 
200 00 
800 00 




$ 16 5k5 62 


$ 17 lok 00 


$ 19 000 00 


$ 20 000 00 




t k 7k? 19 

2 516 59 

1 057 68 

578 00 

$ 3 701 k6 


$ k 6ko 00 

2 500 00 

835 00 
360 00 

$ 8 335 00 


$ 5 2k0 00 
2 650 00 

1 150 00 
560 00 


$ 5 522 00 

2 825 00 

1 250 00 
560 00 




$ 9 koo 00 


$ 9 957 00 




t 5 15k 58 
6 905 90 

571 78 

$ 12 610 26 


$ k 600 00 
7 000 00 


$ 15 600 00 

12 000 00 


$ 15 600 00 

12 000 00 




$ 11 600 00 


$ 25 600 00 


$ 25 600 00 




$506 5kl 55 


$316 076 00 
306 5kl 35 


$568 068 00 


$59k 567 00 
568 068 00 






$622 617 55 


• 


$762 635 00 



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EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SAM JOSE STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
tAHCE 
croup 

NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89TH | 90TH | 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



REGULAR SESSION 

MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF PLANT - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 
Light, heat and power 
Water 
Repairs to buildings 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 

Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 
Light, heat and power 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF PLANT 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ lao 25 

173 02 

lit 617 81 

1 055 36 

802 18 


$ 500 00 

200 00 

15 000 00 

1 000 00 

700 00 


$ 600 00 

500 00 

15 500 00 

1 100 00 

2 000 00 


$ 700 00 

500 00 

17 500 00 

1 100 00 

2 000 00 


$ 17 058 62 


$ 17 lt.00 00 


$ 19 700 00 


$ 21 800 00 


$ 152 67 
651 39 
lilt 15 


$ 250 00 

200 00 
100 00 


$ 200 00 

1 liOO 00 

100 00 


$ 500 00 

200 00 
200 00 



$ 918 19 $ 550 00 $ 1 700 00 $ 900 00 



$ 53 307 !)S $ 



S3 lao 00 
13 307 1(8 



$ 67 200 00 $ 



230 00 

200 00 



$106 717 I4.8 



$iiio li30 00 



EXPENDITURES FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY 






APPROPRIATED 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




EIGHTY-NINTH AND 


NINETY-FIRST AND 




NINETIETH FISCAL YEARS 


NINETY-SECOND FISCAL YEARS 




1937-1939 


1939-1941 




DETAIL TOTAL 


DETAIL TOTAL 



Construction, Improvements and Equipment: 

Construction and equipment of library building 
Miscellaneous repairs 
Miscellaneous improvements: 



Replacement ^f condensate tank in boiler room and 

repairs to steam and hot water lines 
3000 square feet of sidewalk 
Install 18 new lighting fixtures in library 
Install exhaust fan in gymnasium dressing room 
Install exhaust fan in industrial arts lecture room 
Equip two laboratories in science building 
Renovate and install new plumbing' in one rest room 

in administration building 
Accoustical treatment of auditorium 
Install tile walls in gymnasium 
Repairs to boiler 



$500 000 00 
11 500 00 



12 000 00 



Install basket system of equipment control in men' s and 

women's gymnasiums 
Replace new main building roof 
Install new lighting in main building 
Install electric clocks 
New seats in auditorium balcony 
Complete sprinkling system 
Install laboratory in science building 

Totals, Capital Outlay 



000 00 

500 00 

000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 



$523 500 00 



$ 18 500 00 



EDUCATION 



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Department of Education 
SAN JOSE STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

REVENUE 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


1 NINETYSECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL TEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




l»S7-S« 


193B-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE GENERAL FUND 

Revenue appropriated for support: 
Regular tuition fees 
Limited tuition fees 
Extension tuition fees 
Institute tuition fees 
Nonresident tuition fees 
Late tuition fees 
Materials and service fees 
Miscellaneous 

Totals, Appropriated Revenue 

Revenue not appropriated: 
Rental 

Totals, Revenues 



Totals for biennium 

Appropriated 
Not appropriated 



$ 25 988 22 

1 108 10 

956 oo 

48 00 

W 50 

?5? 2° 
20 476 82 


$ 26 000 00 

l 040 00 
1 410 00 


$ 28 450 00 
1 100 00 
1 500 00 


$ 50 200 00 
1 200 00 

1 600 00 


925 00 
575 00 

22 200 00 
50 00 


600 00 

400 00 

24 150 00 

50 00 


660 00 

415 00 

25 875 00 

50 00 


$ 47 1*05 64 


$ 52 000 00 


$ 56 250 00 


$ 60 000 00 


90 00 


90 00 


90 00 


90 00 


$ 47 495 64 


$ 52 090 00 

47 495 64 


$ 56 540 00 


t 60 090 00 
56 540 00 




* 99 585 64 




$116 450 00 


$ 99 405 64 
180 00 




$116 250 00 

180 00 





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EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SAN JOSE STATE COLLEGE - Continued 







EXPENDITURES FOR 


SUPPORT 










NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SAUun 

MN6E 

CROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




89Th|90Th| 9IST 1 92D 


1940—41 



TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 

TOTALS 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



12 919 IlO 

1 266 51 
299 96 


$ 17 525 00 

2 520 00 

950 00 


$ 17 525 00 

5 000 00 

975 00 


$ 17 525 00 

3 000 00 

975 00 


lit It-85 67 


$ 20 975 00 

ii 485 67 

$ 55 460 67 


$ 21 500 00 


$ 21 500 00 
21 500 00 

$ 45 000 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

SUMMER SESSION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Clerical Assistant 
Instructor 
Student Assistant 
Janitor 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Administration 
Teaching service 
Operation 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Administration 
Teaching service 
Operation 

Totals, Service and Expense 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 



575 00 
11 225 00 

889 40 
430 00 



375 00 

15 885 00 

835 00 

I130 00 



375 00 

15 885 00 

835 00 

430 00 



375 00 

15 885 00 

835 00 

430 00 



$ 12 919 40 $ 17 525 00 $ 17 525 00 $ 17 525 00 



319 62 
768 36 
178 33 



I 1 
1 61 



.00 00 
.00 00 
520 00 



400 00 

2 000 00 

600 00 



400 00 

2 000 00 
600 00 



J 1 266 31 J 2 520 00 $ 3 000 00 $ 3 000 00 



49 60 $ 

50 41 

199 95 


100 00 
100 00 

730 00 


i 100 00 $ 

145 00 
750 00 


100 00 

145 00 
750 00 



$ 299 96 $ 930 00 $ 975 00 $ 975 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 



Tuition fees 

Materials and service fees 

Totals, Revenues 
Totals for hiennium 



$ 16 k65 50 

805 67 
$ 17 271 17 



$ 22 794 00 

1 719 00 

$ 24 513 00 
17 271 17 

$ In 784 17 



$ 23 400 00 t 23 400 00 

2 500 00 2 500 00 



$ 25 900 00 



$ 25 900 00 
25 900 00 

$ 51 800 00 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SANTA BARBARA STATE COLLEGE 



SuTMAHY 



GENERAL FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support : 
Administration 
Instruction 
Maintenance and Operation of Plant 

Totals, Support 

Appropriated: 
By Budget Eill 

By Chapter 79ll, Statutes 1957 

By Chapter 819, Statutes of 1933-Appropriated student fees 
By Allotment from Emergency Fund 

Totals 

Capital Outlay: 
Construction, Improvements and Equipment 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



Paee 219 



ACTUAL 

AND ESTIMATED 

1937-1939 BIENNIUM 

89TH AND 90TH 

FISCAL YEARS 



ESTIMATED 

ANO PROPOSED ' 

1939-1941 BIENNIUM , 

91ST AND 92D 

FISCAL TEARS 



INCREASE I 4 -! 

OR DECREASE! — I 

FROM 

1937-1939 



$ 68 551 la $ 89 k75 00 $+20 92? 59 

559 171 m h90 222 oo +131 050 76 

51 852 10 7lj 705 00 +22 870 90 

$1*79 554 75 $65li 400 00 +$17)1 845 25 



$321) 820 00 

79 320 00 

70 145 60 

5 269 15 



$565 500 00 +$2li0 680 00 
-79 J20 00 
88 900 00 



+18 754 40 
-5 269 15 

$1*79 554 75 $65li 1)00 00 +$17!). 845 25 
602 756 00 17 000 00 -585 756 00 

$1 082 310 75 $671 UOO 00 -$1(10 910 75 



REVENUES 

Appropriated Student Fees 

Rentals 

Miscellaneous 

TOTAL REVENUES 



70 145 60 

180 00 

48 44 


$ 88 900 00 
180 00 


$+18 75I1 1)0 
-1)8 1)1; 


70 374 ol; 


$ 89 080 00 


$+18 705 96 



TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 

EXPENDITURES 
Support 
Contributions to State Employees' Retirement Fund 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$ 23 328 92 $ 31 000 oc $ +7 671 08 
303 94 500 00 -5 94 

$ 23 632 86 $ 31 300 00 $ +7 667 Hi. 



REVENUES 

Student Fees 



$ 26 118 58 $ 36 150 00 $+10 031 1)2 



EXPENDITURES 
REVENUES 



GRAND TOTALS, ALL FUNDS 



$1 105 91)3 61 $702 700 00 -$1)03 21)3 61 
$ 96 492 62 $125 230 00 $+28 737 38 



ENROLLMENT AND UNIT COSTS 



Actual 

Actual and estimated 

Estimated 

Estimated 



Fiscal 
Tear 



1937-38 
1938-39 
1939-kO 
191|.0-El 



REGULAR SESSION 



Enrollment 

(Equivalent 

Students) 

1044.5 
1280.0 
U)00.0 
1500.0 



Cost per 
Student 



$217 1)7 
197 1? 
227 4 
221) 18 



SUMMER SESSION 

Enrollment Cost per 
(Individuals) Student 



188 


. $19 83 


169 


20 kO 
20 67 


59 


50 


18 21) 



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EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SANTA BARBARA STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 

NUMBER 



EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



GENERAL FUND 



RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
66 74 95 100 Full time 
17 13 11 11 Part time 

Materials and supplies 

Service and expense 

Equipment 

TOTALS 



TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



$196 520 llO 


$214 574 00 


$266 794 00 


$286 644 00 


12 587 55 
9 461 47 
8 776 3? 


Ul 250 00 

11 150 00 

12 435 00 


20 798 00 
11 470 00 
19 072 00 

$318 134 00 


20 480 00 

11 675 00 
17 467 00 


$227 145 75 


$252 ii.09 00 
227 Uj-5 75 


$336 266 00 
318 134 00 




$479 554 75 




$654 400 00 



1 


1 


1 


1 


X 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


X 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


] 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 



10 10 10 
2 2 2 



10 10 15 

2 2 2 



10 
2 



15 
2 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

REGULAR SESSION 
ADMINISTRATION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
President 

Executive Assistant (part salary) 
Registrar 
Dean of Women 
Dean of Men (part salary) 
Recorder 
Comptroller 

Senior Stenographer-Clerk 
Intermediate Account Clerk 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
College Physician (part time) 
Graduate Nurse (part time) 
Telephone Operator 
Student Assistant 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 
Full time 
Part time 

Proposed new positions: 

Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 

Student Assistant 

Junior Stenographer-Clerk 

Intermediate Account Clerk 

Assistant Dean of Women 

College Physician (increased time) 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
Full time 
Part time 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Executive 
Registrar's office 
Personnel offices 
Business office 
Printing and mimeographing 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 



500 00 
976 00 

000 00 

250 00 
487 56 
100 00 
880 00 
200 00 

320 00 

000 00 

750 00 

180 00 
080 00 
003 80 



$ 6 500 00 $ 6 500 00 $ 6 500 00 



3 180 00 
3 000 00 

2 100 00 
2 715 00 

2 280 00 

1 440 00 

3 240 00 
750 00 
300 00 

1 200 00 

1 518 00 



3 180 00 
3 000 00 



2 100 00 
2 700 00 

2 280 00 

1 440 00 

3 240 00 
750 00 
300 00 

1 200 00 

1 518 00 
383 00 



3 180 00 
3 000 00 

2 100 00 
2 700 00 

2 280 00 
1 440 00 

3 240 00 
750 00 
300 00 

1 200 00 

1 518 00 
766 00 



$ 27 727 36 $ 28 223 00 $ 28 591 00 $ 28 974 00 



2 420 00 


2 600 00 


1 350 00 


1 350 00 


1 020 00 


1 080 00 


1 320 00 


1 440 00 


1 800 00 


1 920 00 


125 00 


125 00 



$ 27 727 36 $ 28 223 00 $ 36 626 00 $ 37 489 00 



: 50 58 


$ 50 00 


$ 75 00 


$ 80 00 


235 75 


200 00 


290 00 


300 00 




100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


961 60 
882 70 


1 000 00 


1 250 00 


1 300 00 


1 000 00 


1 300 00 


1 300 00 



$ 2 130 63 $ 2 350 00 $ 3 015 00 $ 3 080 



x Salary divided between two or more functions and position listed under function paying largest part. 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



| 9IST | 



69TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SANTA BARBARA STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Fage 221 





uun 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETYFIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




■ ■III 


EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 






1937-38 


1939-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



REGULAR SESSION 
ADMINISTRATION - 



Continued 



SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Executive 
Business office 
Traveling 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Freight, cartage and express 
Pro rata charge for co-ordination expense 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 
Executive 
Registrar's office 
Personnel offices 
Business office 
Telephone and telegraph 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, ADMINISTRATION 

TOTALS FOR BIENNTUM 



% 


20 00 


t 


20 00 


$ 


20 


00 


$ 


20 


00 




26 6o 




35 00 




35 


00 




35 


on 




61i7 bz 
1 008 58 




600 00 




600 00 




600 00 






1 050 00 




1 050 
600 


00 




1 050 00 




6k9 50 




600 00 




00 




650 


00 






300 00 




380 

820 


00 




k05 
820 


00 




- 




785 00 




00 




00 


$ 


2 693 51 


$ 


3 390 00 


$ 


3 505 


00 


$ 


3 580 


00 


t 


. 


$ 




$ 


680 


00 


$ 


U|2 


00 




- 




200 00 




606 


00 




209 


00 




- 




500 00 




50 


00 




m 


00 




1 226 86 




100 00 




2J|1| 


00 




00 




10 05 

1 236 91 

33 788 la 


$ 
$ 


- 


$ 
$ 






$ 
$ 






$ 


800 00 


1 580 
1A726 


00 
00 


600 


00 




31; 763 po 
33 788 1a 




$ 


kklk9 


00 
















1A726 


00 






$ 68 551 ia 








$89475 


00 



I I 

- 1 
1 - 

k 7 
1 - 



3 3 3 



7 7 



1 1 

1 1 

1 1 

3 3 



to 55 5k 
15 11 9 


5ll 

9 


■ 1 1 1 
1 1 1 1 


2 

3 

1 



INSTRUCTION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Teacher in Art 
Teacher in Art (part time) 
Teacher in Biological Science 
Teacher in Education 
Teacher in English 
Teacher in English (part salary) 
Teacher in English (part time) 
Teacher in Foreign Language 
Teacher in Home Making 
Teacher in Home Making (part time) 
Teacher in Industrial Arts 
Teacher in Industrial Arts (part time) 
Teacher in Mathematics 
Teacher in Mathematics (part time) 
Teacher in Music 
Teacher in Music (part time) 
Teacher in Men's Physical Education 
Teacher in Men's Physical Education (part time) 
Teacher in Women's Physical Education 
Teacher in Physical Science 
Teacher in Psychology 
Teacher in Psychology (part salary) 
Teacher in Social Science 
Teacher in Social Science (part time) 
Supervising Teacher (part time) 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk (part time) 
Pianist (part time) 
Librarian 
Senior Librarian 
Librarian (part time) 
Student Assistant 
Allotment for salary adjustments 

Totals, Existing Employments 
Full time 
Part time 

Proposed new positions: 

Teacher in Art (increased time) 
Teacher in Education 
Teacher in English 
Teacher in Home Making 



Ex 


$ 8 620 00 


$ 8 770 00 


$ 8 770 


00 


$ 8 770 00 


Ex 


2 k88 00 


2 777 00 


2 552 

8 3ko 


00 


2 552 00 

8 340 00 


Ex 


7 950 00 

13 I|20 00 


8 3k0 00 


00 


Ex 


16 390 00 


16 390 


00 


16 390 00 


Ex 
Ex 


10 908 31 

3 li&kk 


16 560 00 


16 560 00 


16 560 00 


Ex 


1 020 00 


1 080 00 


1 080 00 


1 080 00 


Ex 


5 220 00 


5 820 00 


5 820 00 


5 820 00 


Ex 


12 020 00 


12 170 00 


12 170 00 


12 170 00 


Ex 


1 020 00 


1 i.70 00 


1 020 00 


1 020 00 


Ex 


16 500 00 


16 770 00 


16 770 


00 


16 770 00 


Ex 


2 750 00 


3 050 00 


3 050 


00 


3 050 00 


Ex 


3 000 00 


3 000 00 


3 000 


00 


3 000 00 


Ex 


k08 00 


816 00 


816 


00 


816 00 


Ex 


5 oko 00 


7 320 00 


7 320 


00 


7 320 00 


Kx 


2 110 00 


- 






« 


Ex 


5 960 00 


8 020 00 


8 020 0( 


8 020 00 


Ex 


1 700 00 


- 


_ 




- 


Ex 


7 920 00 


8 too 00 
11 850 00 


8 OkO 


00 


8 oko 00 


Ex 


11 700 00 


11 850 


00 


11 850 00 


Ex 


- 


2 700 00 


2 700 


00 


2 700 00 


Ex 


2 896 00 


- 


- 




- 


Ex 


15 150 00 


20 310 00 


20 310 


00 


20 310 00 


Kx 


750 00 


- 


- 




- 


Ex 


3 302 00 
koo 00 


3 673 00 


3 673 


00 


3 673 00 


Ex 


525 00 


lj.50 


00 


k50 00 


Ex 


500 00 


500 00 


500 


00 


500 00 


Ex 


2 580 00 


2 76O 00 


2 760 


00 


2 760 00 


Ex 


5 3ko 00 


6 000 00 


6 000 


00 


6 000 00 


Ex 


582 00 


- 


- 




- 


Ex 


1 135 14 


1 600 00 


1 350 

kHl2 

$173 723 


00 


1 350 00 
8 kok 00 


- 




- 


00 
00 




$155 821 89 


$170 761 00 


$177 715 00 


Ex 






1 k50 


00 


1 k80 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


2 700 00 


5 220 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


5 100 


00 


8 OkO 00 


Ex 


- 


- 


2 kOO 


00 


2 520 00 



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EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SANTA BARBARA STATE COLLEGE - Continued 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




SALARY 
RANGE 
GROUP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEARS 


FISCAL YEAR 




S9TH|90TH| 91ST | 92D 


1940-41 



k9 55 68 75 
15 11 9 9 



REGULAR SESSION 
INSTRUCTION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Proposed new positions: - Continued 
Teacher in Foreign Language 
Teacher in Industrial Arts 
Teacher in Mathematics 
Teacher in Music 

Teacher in Men's Physical Education 
Teacher in Women's Physical. Education 
Teacher in Social Science 
Senior Librarian 
Supervising Teacher 
Intermediate Stenographer-Clerk 
Junior Stenographer-Clerk (increased time) 
Student Assistant 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 
Full Time 
Part Time 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Teaching service 
Library 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Teaching service 
Contributions to Teachers' Retirement Fund 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 

Teaching service 
Library 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, INSTRUCTION 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



Ex 


$ 


- 


$ 


$ 


$ 2 OkO 00 


Ex 




- 




k iko 00 


k 980 00 


Ex 




- 


- 


2 ioo 00 


2 520 00 


Ex 




- 


- 


2 IlOO 00 


k 560 00 


Ex 




- 


- 


2 700 00 


2 820 00 


Ex 




- 


- 


2 0l|.0 00 


2 160 00 


Ex 




- 


- 


2 ij.00 00 


5 220 00 


Ex 




- 


- 


1 920 00 


2 Oij.0 00 


Ex 




- 


- 


1 000 00 


1 000 00 


Ex 




- 


- 


2 200 00 


2 1(00 00 


Ex 




- 


- 


!i75 00 


500 00 


Ex 


$1 


- 


- 


1 350 00 

$208 998 00 


1 350 00 




55 821 89 


$170 761 00 


$226 565 00 




$ 


5 77p 96 


$ 6 500 00 


$ 8 600 00 


$ 8 900 00 




$ 


10IU9 

5 875 k5 


100 00 

$ 6 600 00 


200 00 


250 00 




$ 8 800 00 


$ 9 150 00 




$ 


657 ¥> 


$ 900 00 


$ 1 200 00 


$ 1 liOO 00 




$ 


29k 00 
951 ko 


?6o 00 
$ 1 260 00 


375 00 


375 00 




$ 1 575 00 


1 775 00 




$ 


2 007 26 


$ 5 835 00 


$ 11 110 00 


$ 10 786 00 






5 059 2li 


5 000 00 


5 882 00 


5 581 00 




$ 


7 066 50 


$ 10 835 00 


$ 16 992 00 


$ 16 367 00 




$169 715 2k 


$189 24.56 00 


$236 365 00 


$253 857 00 








169 715 2k 




236 365 00 








$359 171 2k 




$i(.90 222 00 



MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF PLANT 



2 

3 
1 

1 


2 

3 

1 

2 
1 


2 

3 
1 
2 
1 


2 

3 

1 
2 
1 


SALARIES AND WAGES 
Janitor 
Janitress 
Flower Gardener 
Groundsman and Flower Gardener 
Stationary Engineman 
Student Assistant 
Allotment for salary adjustments 


7 


9 


9 


9 


Totals, Existing Employments 
Full Time 


- 


- 


1 
1 
1 


1 
1 
1 


Proposed new positions: 
Janitor 

Groundsman and Flower Gardener 
Mechanical Handyman 
Student Assistant 



Totals, Salaries and Wages 
9 12 12 Full Time 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 
Light, heat, power and water 
Repairs to buildings 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 


$ 2 lj.00 00 

3 360 00 

1 800 00 

1 765 00 
3 J|ii6 15 


$ 2 61(0 00 

3 720 00 

1 920 00 

2 1(20 00 
2 OliO 00 
2 850 00 


$ 2 6J4.O 00 
3 720 00 

1 920 00 

2 1(20 00 
2 OI4O 00 
2 700 00 

1 050 00 

$ 16 1(90 00 


$ 2 6I4.O 00 

3 720 00 

1 920 00 

2 1(20 00 
2 01(0 00 
2 700 00 
2 110 00 




$ 12 771 15 


$ 15 590 00 


$ 17 550 00 


Ex 
Ex 
Ex 
Ex 


- 


- 


1 200 00 

1 320 00 

1 560 00 

600 00 

$ 21 170 00 


1 320 00 
1 kko 00 

1 680 00 

600 00 




$ 12 771 15 


$ 15 590 00 


$ 22 590 00 




$ 1 985 111 

655 hZ 

5i2 1l2 

1 398 22 


$ 2 900 00 
1 000 00 

1 1(00 00 


$ k 233 00 
2 200 00 

750 00 

1 800 00 


$ 3 800 00 
2 000 00 

700 00 
1 750 00 




$ k 581 kl 


$ 5 300 00 


$ 8 983 00 


$ 8 250 00 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 9IST 92D 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SANTA BARBARA STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 223 



REGULAR SESSION 

MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF PLANT 
Continued 



■Anal 



EXPENDITURES 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 
Light, heat, power and water 
Repairs to buildings 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 

Operation of buildings 
Maintenance of grounds 

Totals, Equipment 

TOTALS, MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF PLANT 

TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM 



$ 201 15 

155 oo 
li 2% 59 
1 I65 02 


$ 


500 00 

500 00 

k 500 00 

1 000 00 


$ 500 00 

500 00 

it 590 00 

1 000 00 


$ 500 00 

500 00 

li 520 00 

1 000 00 


$ 5 816 56 


$ 


6 500 00 


$ 6 590 00 


$ 6 520 00 


$ 255 58 

257 5li 


$ 


200 00 
600 00 


$ Jj.00 00 

100 00 


$ 500 00 

200 00 


$ I172 92 


$ 
$ 


800 00 


$ 500 00 


$ 500 00 


$ 25 642 10 


28 190 00 
25 61J2 10 


$ 57 0I15 00 


$ 57 660 00 
57 0I15 00 




$ 51 852 10 




$ 7I; 705 00 



EXPENDITURES FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY 






APPROPRIATED 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 




EIGHTY-NINTH AND 


NINETY-FIRST AND 




NINETIETH FISCAL YEARS 


NINETY-SECOND FISCAL YEARS 




1937-1939 


1939-1941 




DETAIL TOTAL 


DETAIL TOTAL 



Construction, Improvements and Equipment: 
At Present Campus: 

Repairs to boilers and steam heating system 

New roof on sun porch of home economics building 

Painting of various buildings 

Repairs to home economics building 

Construction of temporary classroom building 

Repair of three tennis courts 

Improvements in home economics building 

Alterations to home making cottage 

Additional stacks and lighting in library 

Replace faulty lighting system in administration and home 

economics building 
Improvement of gymnasium class athletic field 

At Site of New Campus: 

Stadium and athletic field: 

Construction 

Lighting system 

Drainage, curbing, soil, leveling etc. for football 
field and track 

Completion of fence 

Additional toilet facilities 
Science building and equipment 
Music building and equipment 
Industrial education building and equipment 
Construction of roads and walks 
Mechanical and electrical services 
Ground improvements and landscaping 

Totals, Capital Outlay 

Less Federal W. P. A. Grants 

Net Totals from State Funds 



750 00 

750 00 

1 150 00 

1 500 00 

8 000 00 

550 00 



55 256 00 

7 000 00 



515 000 00 
275 000 00 
181 000 00 
k2 000 00 
92 000 00 
llil 158 00 



$1 271 891; 00 
-669 158 00 

$602 756 00 



2 000 00 
2 000 00 

500 00 
5 500 00 

1 000 00 

1 000 00 



li 500 00 

500 00 

2 000 00 



$ 17 000 00 



17 000 00 



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EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SANTA BARBARA STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

REVENUES 



FOR THE QENERAL FUND 



ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 



ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 



ESTIMATED 

NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 



ESTIMATED 

NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 



Revenue Appropriated for Support: 
Regular tuition fees 
Limited tuition fees 
Nonresident tuition fees 
Late registration fees 
Materials and service fees 
Miscellaneous fees 

Totals, Appropriated Revenue 

Revenue Not Appropriated: 

Store rental from student body 
Reversion of unclaimed deposits 

Totals, Revenue Not Appropriated 

Totals, Revenues 

Totals for biennium 

Appropriated 
Not appropriated 



15 385 00 
1 010 50 

712 50 

197 00 

15 755 50 

1 085 10 



90 00 



$ 70 U|5 6Q 

228 hh 



16 380 00 

1 000 00 

1 050 00 

180 00 

18 too 00 
940 00 



18 500 00 
1 100 00 

1 130 00 

200 00 
20 820 00 

1 150 00 



19 830 00 

1 200 00 

1 270 00 

220 00 

22 300 00 

1 180 00 



32 llr5 60 $ 58 000 00 $ 1l2 900 00 $ 1l6 000 00 



90 00 



$ 158 hh $_ 
$ 32 281; Olj. 



90 00 



38 090 00 

32 281; Olj 

70 57I4- olt 



90 00 



90 00 



90 00 



90 00 



$ 1|2 990 00 $ 



900 00 

180 00 



I4.6 090 00 

lfi 990 00 

89 080 00 



EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 





NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 




uuurr 

IANW 
CRODP 
NUMBER 


EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 






ACTUAL 
EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 

1937-38 


ESTIMATED 

NINETIETH 

FISCAL YEAR 

1938-39 


NINETY-FIRST 

FISCAL YEAR 

1939-40 


NINETY-SECOND 

FISCAL YEAR 

1940-41 






FISCAL YEARS 






89TH | 90TH j 9IST 1 92D 





TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 

RECAPITULATION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and wages 
Materials and supplies 
Service and expense 
Equipment 

TOTALS 
TOTALS FOR BIENNIUM FOR SUPPORT 



> 8 300 oo 
681; M> 

388 63 


$ 11 31l2 00 

1 0I13 00 

565 00 

700 00 


$ 12 000 00 

1 500 00 

600 00 

1 24.00 00 


$ 12 200 00 

1 500 00 

600 00 

1 200 00 


& 9 678 92 


$ 13 650 00 
9 678 92 


$ 15 500 00 


$ 15 500 00 
15 500 00 




$ 23 328 92 




$ 51 000 00 



ANALYSIS BY FUNCTION AND OBJECT 

SUMMER SESSION 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Dean 

Instructor 
Special Lecturer 
Janitor 
Student Assistant 

Totals, Salaries and Wages 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
Administration 
Teaching service 
Library 
Operation of buildings 

Totals, Materials and Supplies 



Ex 


$ 


- 


% 


550 


00 


$ 330 


00 


$ 330 00 


Ex 




7 725 00 




9 900 


00 


10 200 


00 


10 200 00 


Ex 




350 00 




192 


00 


liOO 
600 


00 


500 00 


Ex 




120 00 




585 


00 


00 


600 00 


Ex 


$ 


105 00 


555 
$ 11 5l|2 


00 
00 


1;70 00 
• $ 12 000 00 


570 00 




8 300 00 


$ 12 200 00 




$ 


£° 71 
581 66 


% 


50 


00 


% 70 


00 


$ 70 00 








889 


00 


1 200 00 


1 200 00 






8 26 




22 


00 


50 


00 


50 00 






ll5 57 




82 00 


180 


00 


180 00 



$ 681; 1;6 $ 1 Ol0 00 $ 1 500 00 $ 1 500 00 



EDUCATION 

Department of Education 
SANTA BARBARA STATE COLLEGE - Continued 

EXPENDITURES FOR SUPPORT 



Page 225 



NUMBER OF OFFICERS 
AND EMPLOYEES 



FISCAL YEARS 



89TH 90TH 91ST 92D 



SUMMER SESSION - Continued 

SERVICE AND EXPENSE 
Administration 
Teaching service 
Operation of buildings 

Totals, Service and Expense 

EQUIPMENT 

Teaching service 
Library 

Totals, Equipment 





EXPENDITURES 


PROPOSED EXPENDITURES 


uun 


ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 


■>■« 


EIGHTY-NINTH 
FISCAL YEAR 


NINETIETH 
FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-36 


1936-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



1|8 11 

2 92 

25I180 



$ 152 00 
2? 00 

590 oo 



58865 



$ 588 65 



50 00 
650 00 



700 oc 



175 00 

25 00 
24.00 00 



$ 505 85 $ 565 00 $ 600 00 $ 



100 00 

1 ;oo 00 
1 hoo 00 



175 00 
25 00 

1(00 00 



600 00 



10c 00 
1 100 00 



1 200 00 



REVENUES 





ACTUAL 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 


ESTIMATED 




EIGHTY-NINTH 


NINETIETH 


NINETY-FIRST 


NINETY-SECOND 




FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 


FISCAL YEAR 




1937-38 


1938-39 


1939-40 


1940-41 



FOR THE TEACHERS COLLEGES SUMMER SESSION FUND 



Tuition fees 

Materials and service fees 

Totals, Revenues 
Totals for biennium 



$ 9. 768 00 
1 582 58 

$ 11 150 58 



$ 15 208 00 

1 760 00 

$ Hl 968 00 
11 150 58 

$ 26 118 58 



$ 15 000 00 
1 950 00 

$ 16 950 00 



$ 17 COO 0